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Welcome to the St. Andrews Fire Department

Established in 1817, the St Andrews Fire Department is committed to the safety of our community.  As dedicated Fire/Rescue Volunteers, we aim to provide the public with a rapid response to fire suppression, rescues and assist with medical emergencies to the best of our abilities. We are a small composite fire department in Southwestern New Brunswick. We have one full time Member (Chief), and 30 paid on-call volunteers. We run out of one station, with a fleet of two pumpers, a pumper/tanker, mini-rescue, 4x4 utility truck, a rescue side by side four wheeler and a 14 ft. Zodiac. The department averages 80 -100 calls per year. Our coverage area includes the Town of Saint Andrews, Local Service Districts of Bayside and Chamcook, and the Parish of St. Patrick.

Recruitment Open House

January 29, 2020

7:00 pm

St. Andrews Fire Hall

Are you looking to get involved with your community? Please join us January 29th at 7:00 pm to learn more about the Department and the rewards of being part of the community and a volunteer firefighter. If you cannot make the open house, contact the Fire Dept at 529-5150, visit us on Twitter or Facebook, or drop in Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm.

Latest News

Provincial & Federal Fire Service Awards

December 15, 2019

Firefighter Scott Haughn receiving his 25 year provincial medal for his dedication to the St. Andrews Fire Department. From L to R: Chief Kevin Theriault and Firefighter Scott Haughn

Storm Centre New Brunswick

Closures, outages and travel

Lieutenant Tom Parker receiving his 20 year federal medal for his dedication to the St. Andrews Fire Department. From L to R: Lieutenant Tom Parker, Chief Kevin Theriault and Mayor Doug Naish

Firefighter Nathan McMillan receiving his 15 year provincial pin for his dedication to the St. Andrews Fire Department. From L to R: Mayor Doug Naish, Chief Kevin Theriault and Firefighter Nathan McMillan

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