In emergency situations, please dial 911
Emergency Medical Services (Ambulance) - Alberta Health Services
Office Tel: (403) 556-3029
AHS EMS provides Advanced Life Support ambulance service to Sundre and the surrounding area 24 hours per day, seven days a week. For all EMS response requests, please call 911. For general inquiries, call their office.
Office Tel: (403) 638-4044
Office Fax: (403) 638-5034
The Sundre Fire Department is operated by 32 volunteer firefighters, officers, and a part time Fire Chief. The fire department services the Town of Sundre along with a large rural area consisting of parts of Mountain View County, Clearwater County and Big Horn County. Our volunteers are a professional group of firefighters who are trained and ready to respond to a wide range of community needs including fire response, vehicle extrication, OHV incident response, water and Ice rescue, low angle rescue and disaster response. The fire department apparatus includes 2 pumpers, a tanker, a rescue truck, a rapid response truck and a rescue quad and trailer.
The Sundre Fire Department is also a dedicated service organization as well, raising funds for the community through ball tournaments, a quad poker rally and event services. Our members not only give back to the community financially, they also host events such as the kids Santa Day at the fire hall and Pumpkin Carving at the hall.
Office / Admin. Tel: (403) 638-3675
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) serve the Sundre area with six Constables, one Corporal, one Sergeant, and two stenographers.
Community Peace Officer / Bylaw Enforcement
Office Tel: (403) 638-4707 (ext. 209)
The Community Peace Officer enforces specified Provincial Statutes and all Municipal Bylaws, and is also responsible for Animal Control, (403) 638-5511.
New Text with 911 Available for individuals with speech or hearing impairment
Central Albertans who are deaf, deafened, have hearing loss or speech impairments (communication challenged) can now communicate with 911 using mobile devices through the Text with 911 service.
How to use Text with 911:
Individuals who are communication challenged must pre-register their mobile phone number by contacting their wireless provider directly.
Dial 911 when you need 911. A call to 911 must always be placed first before any texting can occur.
When a 911 call comes from a registered phone, 911 emergency dispatchers are immediately notified and can begin a texting conversation with the caller.
Text with 911 is only available for people who are communication challenged and in communities where 911 communications centres have upgraded their infrastructure. The Red Deer 911 Emergency Communication Centre is the fourth centre to offer this service in Alberta, and will continue to support callers with TDD or TTY devices.