Protective Services encompasses three branches of our community’s public safety response: Fire Rescue, RCMP, and the Squamish Emergency Program.
Public safety and emergency management have always been critical functions of local governments. However, in current times, there is a need for these roles to enhance partnerships, both in our community and within the national and provincial safety networks.
The goals and objectives of Protective Services are directed towards making the community of Squamish a safer environment in which to live, learn, work and play.
June 28, 2016
District of Squamish warns against mailing property tax cheques due to potential Canada Post job action
With the property tax deadline rapidly approaching, the District of Squamish has been warning residents to be aware of the...
June 24, 2016
Consumer fireworks not permitted on Canada Day
In October 2015, the District of Squamish amended the Fire Service Bylaw to restrict the use of consumer fireworks in...