Oak Bay Fire open to all sorts of calls

From medical first responder calls to motor vehicle incidents, and of course structure and wild land fires

The Oak Bay Fire Department responds to many types of emergency calls.  From medical first responder calls to motor vehicle incidents, and of course structure and wild land fires.

Did you know they also respond to many routine calls to assist the residents of Oak Bay?

You can call them for electrical and gas smells within the home; for lift assists helping people into their beds or chairs. They also respond to water leaks whether in the home or on the boulevard and residential sprinkler systems.


The motto of the Oak Bay Fire Department is that “no call is too small.” If you require assistance that is not an emergency in nature please call 250-592-9121 for assistance. If you have an emergency situation always call 911.



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