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Emergency Services


Protective Services

The Rocky Mountain House Protective Services Department is responsible for enforcing municipal bylaws and the Traffic Safety Act within Town limits. Three community peace officers often work in tandem with the municipal RCMP force to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and visitors.

Community Peace Officers can be reached at 403-846-4268.


Fireworks Bylaw
A permit is required to discharge any consumer, display or pyrotechnic fireworks within Rocky Mountain House.

Fire Protection

Rocky Mountain House is served by the Clearwater Regional Fire Rescue Services' Station 60, one of five fire stations under the management of Clearwater Regional Fire Rescue Services. CRFRS headquarters is located at 4504 42nd Street. For general inquiries, phone 403-845-4444.

Fire Rescue Services and Fire Control Bylaw 

Fire Permits

Albertans in the forested areas require a fire permit between March 1 and October 31 for any burning, excluding campfires.

Fire permits are free and can be obtained by contacting the Rocky Mountain House Alberta Agriculture and Forestry office at 403-845-8250, or 310-0000 toll free from anywhere in Alberta.

Police Services

Rocky Mountain House is served by a local detachment of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), which is located at 4428 45th Street.

RCMP administration line: 403-845-2882

RCMP complaint line: 403-845-2881

RCMP Public Facing Crime Mapping Project

Crime mapping helps law enforcement management make better decisions, target resources, and formulate strategies that include crime reduction, intelligence-led policing, problem-oriented policing and assists in community policing. RCMP in Alberta have recently rolled out a public map for certain detachment areas, including the Rocky Mountain House detachment.

Information about the Map:

  • Only certain crime types are presented on the map:
    • Theft from Motor Vehicle;
    • Theft of Motor Vehicle;
    • Theft over / under $5000;
    • Break & Enter;
    • Mischief; and
    • Missing Persons.
  • Emergency Situation Flags will only appear in emergency situations and for very short periods.
  • Plotted addresses are not exact but rather a nearby intersection or street.
  • Entries include only basic information (i.e. file number and date).  
  • Entries are automatically be removed after 14 days.

 You can explore the Rocky Mountain House detachment crime map here.

Crime Capture (Community Assisted Policing Through Use of Recorded Evidence)

The Rocky Mountain House RCMP is one of several central Alberta detachments that draw on Community Assisted Policing Through Use of Recorded Evidence (Crime Capture) program. Private citizens and businesses can register their closed-video surveillance cameras with the RCMP so that if a crime occurs in an area police already have contact information on who to ask permission from in securing video to assist in an investigation. 

The program is voluntary. No one is ever obligated to provide actual footage. Review the FAQ and learn more about the program online at

Search & Rescue

Rocky Mountain House Search and Rescue provides service to the Town and surrounding area. Services are also provided to other agencies as needed.

Rocky Mountain House Search and Rescue are activated by the RCMP. All emergency calls should be routed through 911.