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Emergency & Protective Services


Yes, address numbers are Required!


We ask that all residents of Regina Beach check their homes to ensure they have visible house numbers from the street.  In an emergency, time is often of extreme importance and not losing any time is paramount.  The Town of Regina Beach First Responders have had difficulties locating home addresses due to low or no visibility of house numbers.


As this forms part of a Bylaw, a person found guilty of an infraction of any provision of the bylaw shall be liable.





Regina Beach Volunteer Fire Department


The Regina Beach Volunteer Fire Department consists of volunteers who perform fire suppression and other related emergency services for Regina Beach and surrounding area. The Fire Department would not be possible without the dedication and commitment from the many volunteers within the community. Training sessions are conducted and all volunteers are expected to receive the appropriate training.


Emergency: Phone 9-1-1 (Fire Department is dispatched)
Phone: 306-729-2202
Email:  [email protected]


Daily Fire Danger Map


South Shore First Responders


A first responder is a person with specialized training who is among the first to arrive and provide assistance at the scene of an emergency, such as an accident.


Emergency: Phone 9-1-1 (First Responders are dispatched)
Phone: 306-539-8521
Email: [email protected]


Emergency & Protective


Ambulance, Police and Fire call 9-1-1
Lumsden RCMP 306-731-4270  In an Emergency call 9-1-1
Regina Beach Fire Department dispatched through 9-1-1
First Responders dispatched through 9-1-1
SaskEnergy to report a suspected gas leak call 1-888-7000-GAS(427)
To report a controlled burn call 1-866-404-4911
For Town water emergencies only, call 306-729-2202 press 1
Poison Control Centre call 1-866-454-1212


Emergency Measures Organization (EMO)


The Town of Regina Beach and the Village of Buena Vista have partnered to develop an Emergency Response Plan to coordinate emergency situations and mitigate potential threats of an impending emergency situation affecting the property, health, safety and welfare of both communities.  The EMO will coordinate a response and involve a number of necessary agencies to deal with an emergent situation that is above and beyond the normal day-to-day operations carried out by both communities.


In the event of a community wide emergency please refer to this website and the Village/Town Facebook pages for status updates and further direction.



Emergency Preparedness 


Please refer to the additional information below to prepare yourself and your family in the event a disaster occurs.


Water Security Agency Flood Watch


For your information we have included links to the latest emergency planning measures issued by the Canadian Government.  You need adobe to download this information http://get.adobe.com/reader/


Emergency Preparedness Guide 72 hrs booklet
Floods what to do brochure
Severe storms what to do brochure
Power outages what to do brochure


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