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Fire Station

Our 9 bay Fire Station is located at 2127 Camsell Ave, adjacent to the Municipal office and RCMP detachment.

The building features:

  • 2 stories
  • 9 apparatus bays
  • 3 drive thru bays
  • 35 ft hose tower
  • SCBA filling station
  • 3000 Gallon Water Tanker fill station
  • 2 training classrooms
  • Dispatch / communications area
  • Fleet Net and VHF radio communication systems
  • Automatic Backup Generator


Engine 101:2019 E-One Typhoon Pump
Tanker 102:2014 International Workstar with 3000 Gallon tank
Rescue 103:      1996 Freightliner Box Rescue (vehicle extrication, water rescue, ice rescue,
trench rescue)
Tanker 104:1991 Ford F800 with 2500 Gallon tank
Engine 105:1998 E-One Spartan Pump
Ladder 106:2010 Pierce 105' Aerial
Squad 107:2012 Dodge Ram 3500 truck
Water 1:15' Zodiac with 50 hp outboard
Trench 1:15' Trailer with Trench Rescue Equipment


The East St. Paul Fire Department is comprised of 40 members with the complement as follows:
  • 1 Fire Chief
  • 2 Deputy Fire Chiefs
  • 3 Captains
  • 2 Lieutenants
  • 32 Firefighters

All current members are trained to a minimum of Level 2 Fire Fighting certification.

In addition, 6 of the members also comprise the Interlake 12 Medical First Responder Program (I12-MRF)

Each member is equipped with a pager which is monitored 24-hours a day to ensure the fastest possible response time.

Fire Chief:Ray Riddolls 
Deputy Chiefs:

Dennis Wiwcharyk
Don Harrison

Jernej Anderlic
Jamie Roberton
Scott Zieba

Kyle Park
Johnny Graham


Members of the East St Paul Fire Department have achieved, and maintain certification in the following areas:

Class 4 License with Air Brake Endorsement      Ice Rescue
Emergency Vehicle Operator CertificateGround Search and Rescue (GSAR)
Fire Fighter Level 1 & 2ICS 100-300
Hazardous Material AwarenessFire Ground Management
Hazardous Material OperationsFire Officer Level 1 & 2
Rescue PracticesIncident Safety Officer
Technical RescueFire Inspector Level 1 & 2
Trench RescueFire Investigation Level 1-3
Vehicle ExtricationFire and Life Safety Education
Surface Water RescueStandard First Aid/CPR
Basic Life Support for Health Care ProvidersPrimary Care Paramedic
Emergency Medical Responder

Although the level of training and experience vary among members, the department ensures that opportunities are available to maintain the highest level of training possible for all staff.

Members meet on a weekly basis for ongoing training.


Our Department is pleased to provide Fire and Life Safety Education to all members of our community.

We are happy to: 

  • Schedule tours of the fire station;
  • Schedule visits to facilities within the community;
  • Attend community events;
  • Conduct building pre-plans;
  • Conduct fire inspection;
  • Answer any questions you may have. 

For more information please contact