Established in 1948, the AFCA undertook the mission and began the task of promoting excellence in fire protection. Right from the beginning, members of the Association worked collectively to promote information sharing and joint problem solving to minimize the impacts of fires on Alberta’s communities.
YEARS OF COLLECTIVE FIRE SERVICE EXPERIENCE
To be the recognized advocate and resource for the leadership of the Alberta Fire Service.
To promote and support those providing fire protection, first response, and other related emergency services for the advancement of public and firefighter/first responder safety in Alberta
Latest News & Events
This year’s fall public review of proposed changes to the 2020 National Model Codes is now open and the Canadian Board for Harmonized Construction...
Alberta Fire Chiefs Association is seeking speakers and presenters for the 2024 Conference. The AFCA is releasing a call for speakers for the 77th...
SAVE THE DATE! Region 7 will be holding its in-person Winter meeting on December 5th. Please check back soon for more details. Thank you to Tammy...
SAVE THE DATE! Region 5 Winter Meeting December 12th, 2023 1500-1700 Innisfail Fire Hall at 4949-49 Street, Innisfail, AB A virtual option is...
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITYFire Chief(Permanent, Full-Time) Foothills County is currenting accepting applications for the position of Fire Chief. The...
Our incredible team at the Town of Edson is looking for a Protective Services Manager to join our community-motivated organization. We are a Town...