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Emergency Preparedness

Having an emergency and communications plan will help family members and businesses know what to do during an emergency. Find tips to be prepared here.

A family emergency and communications plan will help family members know what to do during an emergency if they are separated from each other. Planning ahead and communicating about emergency exits, safe meeting places and evacuation routes can help to ensure that families remain safe and can locate each other in an emergency.

    For more information, read the Government of Alberta's Be Ready for Anything booklet.

    Siren Testing

    The Town tests its emergency notification systems at 12 Noon, on the first Wednesday of the following months: January, May and September. Follow us on social media for siren testing reminders!

      Family, Home and Business Preparedness

      Have a plan and make an emergency kit for yourself, your family, and/or your pets. It is best to be prepared a minimum of 72 hours. The following information helps you to prepare your family emergency kits for yourself, your family and your pets. There is information for businesses too:

      Types of Emergencies and How to Respond


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