Emergency ServicesLamont County coordinates and maintains 9-1-1 emergency response services such as fire response services, ambulance services, and protective services. An emergency can be any type of incident where injury to people or property may occur. Examples of an emergency can be accidents with injuries, fires of any kind, medical emergencies, and any crime that is in progress.
Fire Permit System
Lamont County Alert System
Alberta Fire Bans
|For your convenience, Lamont County uses an online fire permit request system.||The Lamont County Alert System will issue emergency alerts for any event that is considered an immediate threat to the safety and well-being of some/all Lamont County residents.||To find out more information about fire bans in other parts of Alberta, click below.|
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FIRE ADVISORYDue to extremely dry weather conditions, Lamont County is issuing a Fire Advisory for all rural areas of Lamont County, including Hamlets, EFFECTIVE April 7, 2021.
A fire advisory is a warning that fire conditions are poor and deteriorating. Lamont County urges residents to only burn if absolutely necessary. There are no formal restrictions in place with a fire advisory. If conditions do not improve this advisory may be upgraded to a Fire Restriction or a Fire Ban with little notice.
Wildfires can start easily from most causes especially unattended campfires, cooking fires, and improper open-air burning practices with fire permits. Wildfires may become serious and difficult to control if not successfully contained while small.
- Existing fire permits are still valid (no permit extensions will be issued)
- New fire permits will be issued for small (4X4) yard debris piles only
- Safe wood campfires in approved fire pits
- Portable propane fire pits
- Gas or propane stoves and barbecues
- Charcoal and pellet barbeques
- Catalytic or infrared-style heater
- Approved and certified incinerators (for agricultural use)