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Emergencies in the Mayerthorpe area should be reported through 911 services.
Ambulance service staffed by fully-qualified emergency medical technicians and paramedics which provide 24 hour advanced life support services to the Town of Mayerthorpe and surrounding area. There are three ambulance units serving Mayerthorpe and area.
Mayerthorpe is served by a 21-member plus 2 cadets paid on-call fire department. The department has two fire engines, one water tanker, one rescue unit, the Jaws of Life, and various emergency equipment. Mayerthorpe Fire Department holds their practice/meeting at the Fire Training Facility – 4814-42 Ave. at 7:00 p.m. Contact Fire Chief, Randy Schroeder for more information (780)608-3392. New members are always welcome.
Mayerthorpe Emergency Services Society
The Mayerthorpe Emergency Services Society (M.E.S.S) operates to raise funds and enhancement for Emergency Services and community initiatives in the Mayerthorpe area. Funds raised are then utilized to provide necessary equipment and fixtures to local Emergency Services that would otherwise be unavailable.
All funds raised by M.E.S.S are divided 75% towards the direct benefit of Emergency Services and 25% to community initiatives.
Law Enforcement and Police Services
Mayerthorpe is served by a 10-member local detachment of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).
Municipal Enforcement Services
The Town of Mayerthorpe has a part-time peace officer who enforces local bylaws and some provincial laws. To contact the Bylaw Officer, please call the Town Office at (780) 786-2416. If you wish to file a complaint please contact the Peace Officer at 1-844-786-4650.