The District of Lillooet is NOT currently under an Evacuation Alert or Order. Visit our Wildfire page for important information and links.
(250) 256-7222


Fire Chief Darren Oike: “Welcome to the Lillooet Fire Department website. Our website will provide you information about your community’s fire service as well as provide information on Fire and Life Safety, Wildfire and Emergency Management topics.”

About Us

“Professionally Staffed by Volunteers”

Fire Operations

FIRE OPERATIONS “Protecting the lives and property of our citizens and visitors”

Fire Prevention

FIRE PREVENTION Educating the public on how to prevent potentially harmful fires and how to take precautions when dealing with emergency situations.

Community Wildfire

COMMUNITY WILDFIRE PLANNING Prepare, Respond and Recover. Are you ready?

Emergency Management Program

Emergency Management the organization and management of the resources and responsibilities for dealing with all humanitarian aspects of emergencies.

News & Events

The Lillooet Fire Department is dedicated to keep our community safe and informed through announcements, events publications and press releases.

Contact Us

Call: (250) 256-7222


Lillooet Volunteer Fire Dept 570 Main St

Lillooet, BC V0K 1V0

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Please Visit NEWS & Events for the most recent and important anouncements affecting our community.

Current Wildfire Danger Rating

Snowfall warning in effect for Jan. 5, 2022
Environment Canada has issued a snowfall warning for the Fraser Canyon-North including Lillooet for this evening to Thursday morning. Significant snowfall is expected.
For more information:

Hwy 99 closed between Pemberton and Lillooet.

Due to incoming weather and saturated ground conditions, Hwy 99 between Pemberton and Lillooet will proactively close at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 30.

For updates, check:

We are having a FireSmart public information event at the R.E.C Center today now until 2pm!

Come learn about the ways the LFD is working to keep our community safe and at 2pm we will burn these simulated houses to show the difference it makes keeping your house FireSmart!


Effective noon today, Friday Sept. 10th, 2021 DOL will be rescinding the campfire ban within the municipality.
Backyard burning still remains closed until Oct. 15th, 2021.

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Lillooet Fire Department