Alberta

 

Service Availability

  • Beaver County – Tofield, Ryley, Holden, Viking, Bruce, and Kinsella
  • Calgary – City of Calgary, Bighorn Municipal District, Kananaskis Improvement District and Rocky View Municipal District (City of Calgary Public Safety Communications Call Area)
  • Edmonton – City of Edmonton
  • Flagstaff County  – Daysland, Killam, Hardisty, Sedgewick, Alliance, Forestburg, Heisler, Lougheed, Galahad, and Strome
  • Foothills – More than 25 municipalities serviced by the Foothills Regional 911 Centre in and around Banff, Canmore, Crowsnest Pass, Lake Louise, MD of Foothills, MD of Willow Creek and Vulcan County
  • City of Fort Saskatchewan
  • Grande Prairie – All of Northwestern Alberta. North to the Northwest Territories border; west to the British Columbia border; South to 100 km South of Grande Cache; the East boundary includes all of MD Greenview, Big Lakes County, MD Lesser Slave River.  Includes the City of Grande Prairie, the County of Grande Prairie, Saddle Hills County, MD Spirit River, Birch Hills County, MD Smoky River, MD Fairview, Clear Hills County, Northern Lights County, Northern Sunrise County, MD Peace, Mackenzie County, MD Greenview, Big Lakes County, MD Lesser Slave River, and all of the towns and cities within. Click here for a map of the Grande Prairie Emergency Communications Service Area
  • Lamont County – Bruderheim, Lamont, Chipman, Mundare, and Andrew
  • City of Leduc
  • Lethbridge – City of Lethbridge and surrounding communities in: County of Lethbridge, County of Warner, Cardston County, M.D. of Pincher Creek, Waterton National Park, Kainai First Nation and Piikani Nation
  • Town of Millet
  • Parkland County – Athabasca County, Barrhead County, Brazeau County, Lac La Biche County, Lac Ste Anne County, Leduc County, Sturgeon County, Town of Spruce Grove, Town of Stony Plain, Town of Westlock, Town of Whitecourt
  • Red Deer – City of Red Deer and more than 80 surrounding communities in 14 counties in Central and Southern Alberta. Click here for a list of communities included. Click here for a map of the City of Red Deer 9-1-1 Emergency Communications Service Area
  • Strathcona County – including Sherwood Park
  • County of Two Hills – west of Secondary Highway 870 only including Two Hills, Hairy Hill, and Willingdon
  • Town of Vegreville
  • County of Wetaskiwin – Summer Villages surrounding South Pigeon Lake in the South Pigeon Lake area, Mulhurst Bay area, Winfield, Buck Lake / Alder Flats, Falun, Gwynne, Mulhurst Bay, Winfield, village of Pigeon Lake, and hamlet of Westrose
  • Wood Buffalo – Fort McMurray, Conklin, Fort McKay, Anzac, Janvier, Fort Chipewyan, Saprea Creek, Draper
  • Yellowhead County – Edson, Hinton, Woodlands County (including the hamlets and areas of Ft. Assiniboine, Goose Lake, Blue Ridge and Anselmo), Yellowhead County (including the hamlets of Entwistle, Evansburg, Wildwood, Niton Junction, Peers, Marlboro, Brule, Robb and Cadomin)