Our mission, as trained volunteers, is to provide planning, support, education, and leadership for any emergency where food, lodging and other necessities, due to disasters impacting the District of Sooke, are required.
Sooke Emergency Support Services members are community volunteers who will make themselves available to assist during an emergency or disaster. Whether it is one home affected by a fire or flood, or an entire neighborhood threatened by a forest fire, ESS volunteers are trained and able to provide aid, comfort and basic needs through those first critical hours of a disaster. As part of Sooke’s Emergency Program, this volunteer group is a division of Sooke Fire Rescue Service.
Monthly meetings are now held in the Council Chamber on the 4th Tuesday of each month @ 7:00 p.m. No meetings in June, July and August.
For information on becoming a Volunteer ESS member, or for information on how to be better prepared for an emergency situation, contact Deputy Chief Richard McLeod at 250 642-5422 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please complete application fully, and deliver to Sooke Fire Station #1, 2225 Otter Point Rd between 7am-6pm daily.