North Westside Fire Rescue

North Westside Fire Rescue
NWFRHall Stn 101

Mission Statement - 'The Willingness To Serve, The Courage To Act And The Ability To Perform'

About Us

The North Westside community is a rural area within the unincorporated Central Okanagan West Electoral Area accessed via Westside Road.  

The Fire District covers approximately 2,500 properties with an estimated 1,200 residents sparsely spread throughout a fire protection area of some 900 square kilometres.  It includes several neighbourhoods: Westshore Estates, Killiney Beach, Estamont, Valley of the Sun, Upper Fintry, Fintry, La Casa and Caesar's Landing.  (Fire Protection Area Map)

The forest makeup throughout the area is dominantly pine with the occasional pockets of fir, cedar, spruce and balsam. Its coniferous makeup includes alder, poplar and birch.

North Westside is served by three fire stations: the main hall and Administration office Station 101 on Udell Road; a second hall Station 102 on Westside Road and the third Station 103 just off Killiney Beach.  Each hall meets the Fire Underwriters’ Survey level of 3B qualifying surrounding residents and their properties for insurance discounts.

Contact Us

Administration office – Station 101 – 514 Udell Road, Killiney Beach

Non-emergency (250) 545-1195

Email: jason.satterthwaite@cord.bc.ca

Facebook:  www.facebook.com/NorthWestsideFireRescue 

Fire Halls

Apparatus and Equipment

Recruitment

Fire Prevention

Special Events

North Westside Fire Rescue Society

 

Outdoor Open Burning

The outdoor burning season is regulated in the Central Okanagan East and Central Okanagan West Electoral Areas in part by the Regional Fire Prevention and Regulations Bylaw No. 1066 and the Smoke Control Bylaw No. 773.  Member municipal governments have similar regulations, which empower local fire chiefs to determine the open burning season. 

  • Depending on the fire hazard, season normally runs October 1st to April 30th throughout the Central Okanagan.

  • Only eligible property owners with a permit from their local fire authority will be allowed to burn after phoning the Open Burning Hotline 1-855-262-2876 which will tell them whether venting and air quality permit burning that day.  On a day that burning is allowed, it's recommended burning begin later in the morning, as venting conditions are usually better after 10:00 am.

Current Open Burning Status - Open Burning Ends April 30th - View News Release

Residents with a valid permit are required to check the air quality conditions on the day that they want to burn. Conditions are updated daily at approximately 8:00 am. The conditions can also be accessed by calling 1-855-262-BURN (2876).

 
 
 
Regional District of Central Okanagan | 1450 KLO Road | Kelowna, BC V1W 3Z4
Ph: 250-763-4918 | Fax: 250-763-0606 | Email: info@cord.bc.ca
Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm (Closed Holidays)