Langford Fire Rescue has been City of Langford's primary fire and rescue organization since 1947.
Most of Langford Fire Rescue is comprised of dedicated volunteer firefighters who care passionately about their community. Over 60 strong, Langford Fire Rescue is well-equipped to extinguish fires, extricate traffic accident victims, and save people on land or lake.
Langford Fire Rescue prides itself not only in our responsibility to our community's safety but also the welfare of those within and beyond our city limits.
The men and women of Langford Fire Rescue are as caring as they are professional in their duties. Numerous charities benefit from Langford Fire Rescue fundraising drives. Through classic firefighter initiatives like the Boot Drive and the Dunk Tank, Langford Fire Rescue supports numerous charities, in particular Muscular Dystrophy Canada which has been the main beneficiary of Langford Fire Rescue's fundraising efforts since the 1970s.
The City's volunteer force has also been an aid leader on an international scale by initiating Canadians Sending Afghanistan Firefighting Equipment (CAN S.A.F.E.). This charitable program collects donated surplus equipment from firefighting departments from across Canada and delivers it, with proper training, to underequipped Afghan firefighters. Read more about the amazing journey Langford Fire Rescue has taken – from grassroots contributions to international training exchanges – through CAN S.A.F.E..
Most recently the Department has been involved in Langford's Haitian Orphanage Re-Building Project.Go to Top