In this section, you can find information about:
• Smoke Alarms & the Carbon Monoxide Detector program
• Antifreeze Fire Sprinkler Systems in our District
• Applications and Permits
• Construction Codes
• Permit Plan Review & Inspection Fee Schedule
• Pyrotechnic Permits & Plan Submittal Requirements
• Business Resource List
• Community Wildfire Protection Plan for the Upper Fraser Valley
• Wildfire Preparedness
• Recalls on Smoke Detectors, Carbon Monoxide Detectors, and Fire Extinguishers
Carbon Monoxide Detector Offer For EGFP District Residents
East Grand Fire District has partnered with Fraser Valley Ace Hardware to purchase carbon monoxide detectors to be given to full-time residents of the Fire District. More information and the program application can be found on the CO Detectors page.
Antifreeze Fire Sprinkler Systems in our District
This policy provides guidelines and clarification for the design, installation and maintenance of commercial and residential fire sprinkler systems that use antifreeze solutions. Please download the Information on Antifreeze Sprinkler Systems for design, installation and maintenance criteria for new and existing systems. Click here to download the Information on Antifreeze Sprinkler Systems.
Applications & Permits
All applications and permits can be found in this section – Plan Review & Inspection Application, Plan Review and Inspection Fee Schedule, Fireworks & Pyrotechnic Permit and Plan Submittal Requirements, Volunteer Firefighter Application, and General Construction Codes & Standards.
Smoke Alarms Save Lives
Having a working smoke alarm in the home reduces your chances of dying in a fire by nearly half. Find more information on smoke alarms and fire safety on the CO Detectors page and from the U.S. Fire Administration at www.usfa.dhs.gov.
Need your Sprinkler & Fire Alarm System or Fire Extinguishers Serviced?
Smoke Detector Assistance for Senior Citizens
Senior Citizens, having a problem replacing your smoke detector batteries? Call East Grand Fire Protection District at 726-5824 for assistance.
Community Wildfire Protection Plan for the Upper Fraser Valley
Click here to view the entire Community Wildfire Protection Plan.
Being ready for wildfire means taking the time now to learn how to safely mitigate, prepare, respond and recover from wildfire. Click here to learn how.