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
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This Fire Restriction is in effect for all Lamont County rural areas including Hamlets.
This Fire Restriction:
- PROHIBITS the issuance of fire permits and the discharge of fireworks; and
- RESCINDS all previously approved fire permits and fireworks discharge permits; and
- ALLOWS safe fires in burning barrels provided they are equipped with metal mesh screens, located on a non-combustible surface a minimum of 3 meters from any combustible material including buildings; and
- ALLOWS fire pits contained with non-combustible material with a metal mesh screen, as well as charcoal briquette barbecues, propane/gas barbecue, and propane/gas fire pits.
This Fire Restriction will continue until further notice. Fire Restrictions can escalate into Fire Bans with little notice; therefore, please check this site frequently for updates.
If you have any questions, please contact Lamont County Emergency Services at (780) 895-2233, ext. 236.