EST. 2007

Who we are?

We are a not for profit group of volunteers dedicated to offering Fire Protection to the Apex Mountain Community since 2007.

Get Involved!

We are always looking for volunteers to help us make our vision a reality. We’ll help you find a way to volunteer that best suits you. 

What is FireSmart?

Is your property ready for next year’s fire season? We’re here to help you make sure you’re prepared.

Summer 2021 Update

In March of this year, the community voted for a tax funded Fire Service at Apex. We thank you again for your overwhelming vote of support for this initiative. This would not have been possible without help and support from Director Monteith, the Regional District of...

New Year, Big Changes

This past year, the Apex Fire Brigade Society (AFBS) and the Apex Volunteer Fire Rescue (AVFR) have seen significant change and success. The most significant change of all is the AVFR being established as our tax-funded fire protection service for the Apex community....

Boost for fire department

The Regional District of Okanagan Similkameen has granted the Apex Mountain Fire Brigade $1,550. The funds were presented by Area I director Subrina Monteith at the recent Apex Community BBQ. The grant will fund the purchase of fire-resistant coveralls for volunteer...

Donation sparked by tragedy

Fires in the Apex Mountain area will be no match for the local fire department after a B.C. celebrity donated a critical piece of equipment. It was an eye-opening experience when Bryan Reid Sr., founder of Pioneer Log Homes and star of HGTV’s “Timber Kings” lived...

FUS Rating and Hydrant Update

I’m sure you have all been waiting on an update in regards to the Fire Underwriters Survey (FUS) rating within the Apex community. We were able to pursue the FUS rating in earnest as of January 1st when we became an official tax-funded RDOS fire service. As part of...