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Emergency & Public Safety

Community Peace Officers

Emergency Management

Fire
Department

RCMP

Community Peace Officers

Ridge Regional Public Safety Services, provides Peace Officer services to the Towns of Raymond, Milk River, Village of Stirling and the County of Warner along with traffic enforcement and education serving a geographical area of over 4500 sq kilometers with a population base of over 12,000 citizens.

Community Peace Officers investigate and resolve complaints regarding Municipal and County Bylaw matters, Animal complaints and provide traffic enforcement coverage while ensuring public education, awareness and safety.

For any complaints or Bylaw Services please contact the Ridge Regional Public Safety Services at (587) 813-0791 or email cpo@rrpssc.ca.

We are currently situated on the second floor of the Raymond Community Centre (former Town hall) at 15 Broadway South, Raymond. 

Please click  RRPSS Request for PO Form to request a Peace Officer and RRPSS bylaw complaint form to find our complaint form. 

Individual Peace Officers may be contacted as follows:

Sgt Ross Bond
rossbond@rrpssc.ca
Phone: (587) 813-0791

CPO Todd Nelson
toddnelson@rrpssc.ca
Phone: (587) 813-0791

CPO Shannon Stacey
shannonstacey@rrpssc.ca
Phone: (587) 813-0791

Lost Animals

All lost/stray animals picked up by RRPSS peace officers will now be taken to the Cardston Animal Shelter and held there until claimed by their respective owners.

If you are on Facebook and have lost your animal or have found a lost animal, you can post on the Town’s Lost Pets page.

Dog Tags
Annual dog tags are available for pet owners at the Town office.
Click here for a copy of the current fees and charges.

Emergency Management

The Town of Raymond is committed to working with other community organizations in providing for the care and security of our residents in times of emergency or disaster. As such, the Department of Emergency Management has been created and works in concert with the local RCMP detachment, Community Peace Officer, Raymond Volunteer Ambulance and Fire, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

To become better prepared for an unexpected emergency, please read the following document. If you have any specific comments or concerns about this subject, please contact Ken Steed.

Town of Raymond Emergency Preparedness.pdf

Bylaw 1081-19 Emergency Management Bylaw

Ken Steed

Ken Steed

Director of Emergency Management

P: 403-892-8897
E: kensteed@raymond.ca 

Chad Coppieters

Deputy Director of Emergency Management

P: 403-308-6451
E: chad.coppieters@westwind.ab.ca 

Fire Department

The Raymond Fire Department is made up of 20 volunteers who selflessly serve our community and provide the very highest quality response to our community. The Fire Hall has 10 bays, administrative offices and training facilities. The volunteer members of the department are listed below as well as the departments contact information.

Location: 544 Broadway North
Fire Hall Phone: 403-752-4346
For Fire Permits: 403-394-8649

Contact e-mail: fire@raymond.ca

 

 

Doug Holt

Doug Holt

Chief

Oly Olson

Oly Olson

Deputy Chief

Chad Coppieters

Chad Coppieters

Assistant Deputy Chief

Cory Powlesland

Cory Powlesland

Captain

Jesse Salmon

Jesse Salmon

Captain

Christian Mora

Training Officer

Cody Heggie

Fire Fighter

Darcy Court

Fire Fighter

Eric Schmale

Fire Fighter

Lance Stewart

Fire Fighter

Lee Robson

Fire Fighter

Rob West

Fire Fighter

Jeff Coppieters

Fire Fighter

Kyle Clifton

Fire Fighter

Cody Leavitt

Fire Fighter

D.J. Heggie

Fire Fighter

Blake Atwood

Fire Fighter

Scot Blair

Fire Fighter

Brad Schneider

Fire Fighter

Logan Smith

Fire Fighter

RCMP

Information coming soon.

Contact Us

Box 629, Raymond, Alberta T0K 2S0

Ph: 403-752-3322
Fax: 403-752-4379
contact@raymond.ca

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