Fire rescue services overview heard in Union Bay

Union Bay landowners got an overview of the Fire Rescue Services Review at the recent Union Bay Improvement District AGM.

Union Bay landowners were given an overview of the Fire Rescue Services Review dubbed Rationalizing Resources and Risk at the recent Union Bay Improvement District AGM.

Union Bay faces increasing costs for training, equipment and capital infrastructure while balancing the ability to pay for the service and the availability of volunteers.

The UBID has embarked on a review process to better understand the regulatory requirements, to obtain community input and to identify a path forward for a sustainable service to meet the needs of the community.

After a year of consultation, research and discussion the 85-page report is complete. It contains 35 recommendations. The plan addresses services, administration and capital planning.

To see the report, visit the UBID office to read a hard copy or visit www.union-bay.ca.

— Union Bay Improvement District

 

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