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Contact Us

In an emergency, call 9-1-1- to reach Regina Fire & Protective Services.

To arrange a fire prevention or safety program, call 306-777-7714 at least 2 weeks in advance. For all other questions, call 306-777-7000.

Station listing

Regina Fire & Protective Services consists of 7 Fire Stations, a Fire Headquarters building, which houses the Emergency Communications Centre, and an Education and Training Centre.

 

 

 

 

Exterior shot of the City of Regina Fire Headquarters Fire Headquarters, 1205 Ross Avenue
Picture of Fire Headquarters and Training Centre Education and Training Centre, 1201 Ross Avenue
Fire Hall 1 #1 Station – William White, 2585 13th Avenue (est. 1986)
Fire Hall #2 #2 Station – William Moffat, 1700 9th Avenue North (est. 2001)
Fire Hall #3 #3 Station – Tom Yarnton, 2640 31st Avenue (est. 1991)
Credit: Patricia Holdsworth

#4  Station - 3855 Dewdney Avenue (est. 2010)

 

 

Fire Hall #5 #5 Station – Harold T. Button, 2700 E Arens Road (est. 2001)
Fire Hall #6 #6 Station – Omar Dixon, 303 Rink Avenue (est. 1979)
Fire Hall #7 #7 Station – Louis Yanko, 132 Victoria Avenue (est. 1984)