Fire Departments

Kneehill County residents are served by 6 fire stations including hall locations in the Village of Acme, Village of Carbon, Village of Linden, Town of Trochu, Town of Three Hills and Kneehill County's own Hamlet of Torrington.

Kneehill County currently contracts out fire services under a Master Fire Agreement with these towns and villages, and operates the Torrington Fire Hall under Kneehill County's umbrella.

Kneehill County would like to recognize the brave men and women who volunteer for their local Fire Department, sacrificing their time and risking their lives to ensure our homes and communities are kept safe.
Thank you to all the firefighters who serve the Kneehill County region!

Fire Training Structure

The Fire Training Structure has been installed at the Kneehill County Training Centre located at the Trochu Fire Hall. The structure was funded by the ACP Provincial grant program supporting regional initiatives, including fire services. The structure allows the fire fighters in our region to train under the real pressures of fire, heat and smoke.
A regional fire mutual aid agreement is in place for fire services within Kneehill County (including Three Hills, Torrington, Trochu, Linden, Carbon, Acme). The agreement includes cost sharing, equipment sharing and mutual aid.

Fire Services Bylaw

If an emergency please dial, 9-1-1

Fire Department contact: Debra Grosfield 403.443.5541 (Messages will be relayed to the fire chiefs).

Container Being Picked up by a Crane

Firefighter Stairclimb Challenge

Torrington stairclimb

Members of the Torrington Fire Department participated in the 4th Annual Firefighter Stairclimb Challenge in Calgary on Sunday, April 29, 2018.

Justin Block, Micha Fakner, Katlyn Benedict, Jesse Sherlock and Jaquelyn Benedict each climbed 55 floors of the Bow Tower (that's 1204 stairs!) in full bunker gear, including air tanks.

Collectively, they raised $2,395.00 in support of Wellspring Calgary, a not-for-profit organization that provides programs, resources, and support to people affected by cancer. Because a prevalent occupational hazard of the firefighter's job is cancer, Wellspring works to ensure the needs of firefighters are considered alongside the needs of all its community members.