Milo Volunteer Fire Department
The Milo Fire Department was established in 1960 and currently consists of a 30 member volunteer brigade as well as a seven person emergency first response team.
Contact: Byron Thompson - Fire Chief
For more information on Emergency Services, please visit their website.
Vulcan County RCMP
The Village of Milo has an agreement with the RCMP for law enforcement services. The nearest detachment is in Vulcan County. For any serious emergencies call 911, for any non-emergencies you can contact the Vulcan RCMP detachment directly. You can visit their website by clicking here.
Physical Address:165075A Range Rd 244
Vulcan AB T0L 2B0
Mailing address:P.O. Box 776
Vulcan AB T0L 2B0
Telephone: 403-485-2267 - Administration
Telephone: 403-485-2266 - Non-emergency
Hours of operation
- General services:
- Monday to Friday
9 am to 3 pm
- Criminal records check
- General information
- Non emergency complaints
- Police certificate
- Report a crime
- Vulnerable sector check
Current Fire Bans
Click here to see the current Alberta fire bans: https://www.albertafirebans.ca/
How To Build an Emergency Kit
Alberta Emergency Management Agency
The Alberta Emergency Management Agency has many resources to help prepare for an emergency, deal with an emergency, and what to do after an emergency takes place. For more information on hazard preparedness visit the following website: https://www.alberta.ca/hazard-preparedness.aspx
The Director of Emergency Management (DEM) for the village of Milo is Wendy Hingley, the Chief Administrative Officer. The Deputy Director of Emergency Management is Reily Wilson, the administrative assistant.
To view the Vulcan County Regional Emergency Management Partnership Organization Bylaw (VCREMP) please click here.
To view a copy of the VCREMP, you can view it here, or stop by the office to view the physical copy.