The following personal and property protection services are provided:
Kamsack Fire Department: 22 volunteer member fire department with NFPA certified firefighters, two NFPA Level 2 firefighter instructors, two NFPA Level 1 firefighters instructors. The department operates three combination pumpers and a light duty rescue vehicle.
Fire Chief Jim Pollock, Phone 306-542-2450.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police:
305 Queen Elizabeth Blvd. West
The police force operates a 22-member detachment.
Duck Mountain Ambulance Care
304 Queen Elizabeth Blvd. E.
The ambulance service has a 17 full-time and part-time staff, and provides advance life support paramedic service.
Air Ambulance Service operates from the airport.
Emergency Measures Organization is operated by the town. You should be prepared to take care of yourself and your family for a minimum of 72 hours. If a disaster happens in our community, it may take emergency workers some time to get to you as they help those in desperate need.
By taking a few simple steps today, you can become better prepared to face a range of emergencies anytime and anywhere. The basic steps outlined in the Emergency Preparedness Guide will help you during an emergency. This free booklet is available at the Kamsack Town Office or by calling toll free to 1-800-622-6232. You can also check it out on line.
Kamsack Victims Services Inc.
Victims Services 24-hour phone line: 306-542-5577
For general information call 306-542-5560.
S.A.R. (Search and Rescue)
Volunteers who assist emergency crews in times of need. Training provided. Meetings are held the third Tuesday of every month in Room 204, Crowstand Centre. For Information call George at 306-542-3997.
Block Parent Program
The Block Parent® Program of Canada is a registered charity and Canada's largest volunteer-run child safety organization. Over 300,000 volunteers from coast to coast help to make communities safer for everyone.
The distinctive red and white Block Parent® window sign in the window of a home, tells children, seniors and others that help is at hand if they are lost, frightened, or in distress. In addition to their safety network, Block Parents offer community education programs to increase the personal safety of children, teens and seniors.
Working together with educators and police, Block Parents help make your community safer. For more information on your local Block Parent program, please contact your current program coordinator, Wendy Becenko, EDO Town of Kamsack at 542-3806.
Steps to becoming a Block Parent:
- Fill out application available at the Town of Kamsack or click here.
- Once you have completed the form, please take it, in person, to the RCMP office.
- The RCMP will complete a screen process based on your application.
- Upon successful application, your name is given to your program coordinator.
- The coordinator will contact the applicant to complete the application process and give you your sign.