Volunteer Fire Department

Pouce Coupe Fire and Rescue wishes to inform the public that we have taken precautions to help protect our selves from the COVID-19 and have closed our doors to the public. We have put on hold any tours, inspections and public activities we had planned until further notice.

The Village of Pouce Coupe Volunteer Fire Department has 22 volunteer community firefighters operating from the fire hall located in the Village core and is the hub of many community events. In addition to fire suppression services, the department provides a range of other services including Fire Prevention/Education, Fire Investigation, Hazards Mitigation, Vehicle Extrication, and Emergency Medical Support for residents of Pouce Coupe and surrounding area.

Link to Pouce Coupe Fire and Rescue on Facebook

All fire calls are dispatched through the Dawson Creek Fire Dispatch Centre in Dawson Creek. All volunteers are required to carry pagers, supplied to them by the Fire Department, for notification purposes. When an emergency arises, volunteers are to respond directly to the fire station for response. 

In addition to emergency services, the Fire Department contributes elsewhere in the community; volunteering at multiple community events including Canada Day, providing door-to-door smoke alarm inspections, organizing an annual Christmas food drive, and participating in parades.

Pouce Coupe Fire & Rescue Facebook page

5012 49 Avenue, PO Box 190, Pouce Coupe, BC  V0C 2C0

Phone: (250) 786-5794
Fax: (250) 786-5257

Fire Department Staff

Fire Chief, Blair Deveau
Email: firechief@poucecoupe.ca

Deputy Fire Chief, Scott LeFrense

Become A Member

IF YOU …..

  • Want to serve and give back to your community
  • Make a difference to people affected by disaster
  • Enjoy working as a member of a team
  • Enjoy developing new skills and continuous learning

You may be an ideal candidate for a challenging career as a volunteer firefighter! For more information, please contact the Pouce Coupe Fire Chief, Blair Deveau, at 250-786-5794 or email firechief@poucecoupe.ca.

PCFD dressed in Pink T-shirts for October's Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
















Monday October 7th the Fire Department will be performing door to door SMOKE DETECTOR checks from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm.

OPEN HOUSE on October 10, 2019 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 p.m. There will be Equipment  Displays, Informational Brochures, cake, coffee and children’s beverages.

A visit to the schools with a Fire Safety Book including a CD is in the plans.

For more information go online to https://www2.gov.bc.ca › content › safety › fire-safety › public-education.