View the Corporation of Delta's plan to assist in the BC Wildfire relief efforts.
Residential backyard burning and campfires remain banned year-round.
View the highlights from June 19, 2017 Regular Meeting of Delta Council.
Don't miss out on Delta Fire's Open Houses!
Read the review of Delta's Emergency Medical Responder Program.
Girls in grades 11 - 12 are invited to apply for Camp Ignite 2017! Learn more.
View the highlights from the May 9, 2017 Regular Meeting of Delta Council.
Find out how you can get prepared and stay safe during Emergency Preparedness Week 2017.
View the agenda for the May 8, 2017 Regular Meeting of Delta Council.
View the highlights from the March 15 and 17, 2017 Special Meetings of Delta Council..
Change your clocks, and your smoke detector batteries!
View the highlights from the January 30, 2017 Regular Meeting of Delta Council.
View the highlights from the December 5, 2016 Regular Meeting of Delta Council.
Don't miss the Christmas Tree Lighting in North Delta on December 11th!
Delta has taken necessary steps to prepare for the winter season. Learn how you can do the same.
View the highlights from November 21, 2017 Regular Meeting of Delta Council.
Delta Fire is now accepting online applications! View the qualifications and apply now!
View the highlights from the November 7, 2016 Regular Meeting of Delta Council.
Read about the George Massey Tunnel Replacement Project from an Emergency Response perspective.
At 2 am on November 6, 2016, Daylight Saving Time ends! Make sure to turn your clocks BACK one hour before you go to sleep, and check the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detector.
Please be reminded that all fireworks displays in The Corporation of Delta require a permit.
View the highlights from the October 24, 2016 Regular Meeting of Delta Council.
The Halloween Patrol returns to enhance security this Halloween.
View the highlights from the October 17, 2016 Regular Meeting of Delta Council.
On October 12, 2016, Delta Fire successfully used Pet Oxygen masks to save two dogs affected by smoke inhalation from a house fire.
Please read important information about the upcoming storm expected to impact Delta this weekend.
Please be advised that effective Tuesday, October 11, open burning with a permit will be allowed in agricultural areas.
Don't Wait - Check the Date! Fire Prevention week runs from October 9 through 15.
View the highlights from the October 3, 2016 Regular Meeting of Delta Council.
A joint investigation team comprised of Delta Fire & Emergency Services and BC Wildfire Service personnel has completed its investigation into the Burns Bog fire that occurred in July 2016.
The Corporation of Delta continues to battle the fire in Burns Bog today.
Read up on Delta Fire's new firetrucks!
The fire danger rating for the Corporation of Delta has been upgraded to MODERATE.
Learn how we're improving our community and ensuring that Delta continues to be a wonderful place to live, work, and play.
Get shaken awake about your emergency preparedness!
Every year, Emergency Preparedness Week encourages Canadians to simple steps towards readying themselves to face any number of possible emergencies.
View the highlights from the April 4, 2016 Regular Meeting of the Delta Council.
View the highlights from the March 7, 2016 Regular Meeting of the Delta Council.
The ban on agricultural burning has ended.
The Fire Danger Rating has been downgraded to LOW until further notice.
Get to know your local fire department and first responders at two upcoming Delta Fire Open Houses on Saturday, June 20, and Saturday, June 27.
View Mayor Lois E. Jackson's statement regarding the May 25, 2015 adoption of Delta Fire Regulation Bylaw No. 5855, 2001 Amendment (Ancillary Health Services) Bylaw No. 7426, 2015.
The Corporation of Delta and Delta Fire & Emergency Services are taking action to address serious safety and building code violations at North Delta Inn (located at 11920 70 Ave, North Delta), ensuring the safety and protection of current residents and the surrounding community.
The leading cause of washer and dryer fires is failure to clean them.
In a show of solidarity, fire departments from nearby municipalities are supporting Delta Fire & Emergency Services by providing coverage of Delta's fire halls and responding to emergency incidents.
Chief Copeland and the Delta Fire & Emergency Services department remembers Captain Mark Janson.
Delta Fire integrates into the Corporation of Delta website, but can still be accessed through deltafire.ca.