Call 911 to report a fire, report a crime, or save a life.
The 911 Administration Office is responsible for the province’s Emergency 911 (call answer/transfer) System under the Emergency 911 Act.
What happens when I call 911?
The 911 call-taker...
The Office of the Fire Marshall requires a licensed insurance adjuster to report any loss of insured property due to fire including:
Contents of buildings or vehicles, and
Any other insured property that doesn’t fall into the...
The Prince Edward Island Fire Marshals Office administers the Fire Prevention Act and Regulations, and the Long Service Medal Act.
What is the role of the Fire Marshals Office?
The mission of the Fire Marshals Office is to prevent loss of life and...
In case of fire, get everyone out of the house immediately and call 911 from a safe location. Do not re-enter the house for any reason.
Most fires are caused by human carelessness and are both predictable and preventable. The loss of lives and property...
In Prince Edward Island there are 22 fire departments run by municipalities and 14 departments run by private fire companies. These municipalities and private boards make decisions on the scope, level of service, and budgets of their departments.
Burning is now allowed daily, as the wildfire risk season has ended for the 2023 season. Starting 15 March 2024, burn restrictions will be updated daily
During wildfire risk season (15 March-15 November of each year), no domestic brush burning is ...
RCMP (902) 566-7112
Charlottetown Police Services (902) 629-4172
Summerside Police Department (902) 432-1201
Kensington Police Department (902) 836-4499
Call 911 to report a fire, report a crime or save a life.
The Policing Services section is responsible for administering the Police Act and works with policing partners to meet the needs for effective and efficient police services in Prince Edward...
Recreational campfires are currently allowed, with permission of the property owner and subject to local bylaws.
Under certain conditions, fire closure orders may prohibit recreational campfires due to high risk of wildfire. Notice will be posted here...
Who do I call to report a wildfire on PEI?
To report a wildfire, forest fire or grass fire emergency, call 911 and include the following information:
Community name where the fire is occurring,
Route number and/or road name,
Civic number of the...
The rules of the road are laws and safe practices that allow for the safe and efficient movement of vehicles, pedestrians and other road users.
Special care must be taken on Island roads when dealing with emergency vehicles. It is our collective...
Islanders who have hearing loss or speech impairments can use Text with 9-1-1 for emergency services.
What is required to use the Text with 911 service?
You need an active wireless subscription and supported cell phone to use the Text with 911 service...