Coldwater Fire Hall
The building planning and construction phase was over the period 1993/95
Coldwater Indian Band Volunteer Fire Department actively participates in fundraisers, competitions, security, first aid for responders program, emergency searches, and fire protection.
Coldwater Indian Band Volunteer Fire Department is committed to providing the Community and its membership with Fire Protection and Public Safety Education throughout the Reserve of the Coldwater Indian Band.
Unit One: 1996 Freightliner 4X4 with a 625 GPM pump 500 gal water Capacity, Acquired November 1995 Built by Hub Fire Engines
Unit Two: 1999 Ford F450 4X4 with A Compressed Air Foam (CAFS) unit on board 200 gal water holding tank Acquired October 1999 built By Hub Fire Engines.
The Coldwater Indian Band Community subdivision consists contains over two dozen fire hydrants supplied by a 100,000 gal, 20,000 gal, and a 10,000, gal reservoirs. Additionally, the fire units are equipment to draft water from nearby water sources if required.
Area of Coverage includes over 120 single family dwellings, 10 Community Buildings, Coldwater Post & Rail, and a School K to 12. Coldwater Volunteer Fire Department has a First Responder program with British Columbia Ambulance Service for assistance on the Coldwater Road. The Ministry of Forests Protection Branch and Coldwater Fire Department actively work on prescribed burns within the Coldwater Indian Reserves. Natural Resources Canada and the Coldwater Band are working on a forest fuel management planning and implementation 2005/06 project for the community.
Located Along Coldwater Road.