Community Involvement

We offer a variety of interactive programs and services to educate you on fire prevention and safety.

Watch for events hosted by the Yorkton Fire Department on our community calendar.

Station tour

Book a tour of Yorkton's Fire Station for your family, school group or community group and meet your local firefighters and learn about fire prevention and safety.

Fire station tours are an opportunity to see and learn about modern firefighting equipment, including our fire trucks, and ask those questions you have always wanted to.

Please complete our request form to book a fire station tour.


The Yorkton Fire Department is committed to providing our community with necessary information about fire safety. There are many hazards that you and your family should be aware of and we are here to provide you with the knowledge needed to be safe.

The Yorkton Fire Department offers several community education presentations depending on your need:

  • Fire safety and awareness
  • Fire extinguisher training
  • Fire prevention
  • How to safely handle needles

Please complete our request form to book us for a presentation.

Car seat installations

We have four certified, Saskatchewan Government Insurance trained car seat technicians on staff. We encourage and support this service to increase child safety in motor vehicles.

During the summer months the Yorkton Fire Department and Yorkton RCMP host car seat clinics. During the clinics you can have your car seat inspected and installed by a trained member.

Make sure to check our community calendar and find out when we are hosting the next car seat clinic.

SGI child car seats can offer more resources.

Firefighter attendance

We love getting involved in the community to lend a hand where we can. If you have an event or gathering where our services can assist, please complete a request form. Once completed, a representative will be in touch to confirm arrangements.


To submit a request, please fill out our bookings form.

Request a booking

Note: If an emergency call comes in, firefighters will need to leave immediately. Thus, we cannot guarantee all bookings will proceed as planned.