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There is a wealth of sights to see and experiences to be had in Stony Plain. Use this Guide to help plan your trip.
Town and Trail Map Find your way around Stony Plain by vehicle or on bike or foot using our detailed route and amenities map.
Mural Program Stony Plain's rich heritage is preserved through its extensive mural program. Take a tour of the magnificent artwork.
Stony Plain Fire Department
We accept applications year-round.
Annually, the Town of Stony Plain Fire Department recruits new firefighters. If you are interested in becoming a firefighter you can submit an application at any time. Candidates will be interviewed in the Fall of each year.
The Town of Stony Plain Fire Department is responsible for providing residents of Stony Plain and those within a portion of Parkland County with fire suppression and rescue services.
Fire Prevention Week
This year, Fire Prevention Week is from October 8-14, 2017.
It's important to stay educated on how to stay safe in case of a fire. Here are a few tips that the Stony Plain Fire Department recommends:
- Close your bedroom door at night. It helps to slow down the fire.
- The best way to test if your smoke detector works is to light a candle underneath it and see if it goes off. Pressing the button on the smoke detector is not the most effective measurement.
- Check your fire detectors twice a year. Make sure that they haven't expired. Expired smoke detectors should be replaced even if they still work.
- It's important to teach kids their address. If they ever call 911 from their cell phone, they will need to tell the operator their location! 80% of calls made to 911 are from a cell phone.
- Come up with a fire escape plan! Practice it with your family and make sure you have two ways out of the house.
- Every second floor bedroom in your house should have an emergency ladder.
- If there is a fire, and there's a safe way out, get out! Don't wait for the fire trucks.
- Call 911 if there is a fire, not the fire department.