Emergency Services
Port Alice Fire Department

The Port Alice Fire Department boasts a dedicated crew of roughly 12 volunteers who answer fire and medically-related calls at any time day or night. Volunteers are the life-blood of the department which are responsible for an area which includes residential, industrial and commercial buildings, as well as a large forested region.

Our highly-trained firefighters spend countless hours each year advancing their training. Our members are called out in the event of a medical emergency, working in conjunction with the BC Ambulance Service.

The department also strives to prevent fire and other life safety accidents through its public education and fire prevention initiatives. Taking an active role in the community, volunteers continue to educate local residents on the dangers of fire and other hazards, with the aim of eliminating preventable accidents.

Port Alice Fire Hall
Fire Chief: Jerry Rose
Phone: 250-284-6647
Emergency 911
Non Emergency 250-284-3353
Port Hardy Detachment 250-949-6335
Protective Services

Port Alice has taken steps to prepare the community in the event of an emergency. The Village office can provide you with information on how you and your family can prepare, and what to expect in Port Alice in case of an emergency.

In the event of evacuation the Community Centre is the Evacuation Centre.

Marine Drive is used a the Tsunami Line marker, in the event you feel an Earthquake and are in a waterfront property, please move above Marine Drive. In an Earthquake close to Port Alice a Tsunami can happen within 20-30 minutes of the quake.

Emergency Program Coordinator
Bruce Moores

Emergency Social Services
Louisa Moore
Visit the Community Centre