Emergency ServicesAfter Hours Emergency
After-hours Emergency Contacts.
Public Works will respond to after hours emergencies involving municipal infrastructure only.
Municipal Emergency Coordinator - Tom Mehmel
Any emergency-related cases requiring Fire Department, Ambulance and RCMP, call 9-1-1.
How to Report Emergencies:
- Dial 9-1-1.
- Speak slowly and clearly.
- State your name, location of the emergency and telephone number.
- Provide as much information as possible:
- Who you are
- Who is involved
- What is wrong
- Where you are
- Stay on the telephone and follow any instructions that the 9-1-1 dispatcher may give.
Be Storm Smart
Be Storm Smart Article
Government of Canada - Get prepared.
Are you Flood Ready?
Public Safety Canada has just launched Flood Ready to encourage Canadians to take action and adopt proactive flooding mitigation measures.
Disasters continue to be an increasing threat to the safety and economic stability of Canadian communities and businesses, and flooding, in particular, is one of the most frequent and costly natural disasters.
Flood Ready encourages Canadians to:
- Learn about overland flooding and the damage it can cause
- Become part of the solution
- Take steps to protect homes, properties and communities
For more information, please visit Canada.ca/Flood-Ready
Assiniboine River Updates:
Are you prepared for an Emergency?
Click on the government links for brochures on Emergency Preparedness.
- Pocket Guide to Emergencies.
- Your Emergency Preparedness Guide.
- Family Emergency Handbook. Think Safety.
- Severe storms and what to do.
- Floods and What to Do.
- Sandbag Dike Construction.
- After the Flood.
- Power outages and what to do.
- Emergency Preparedness for Farm Animals.
Disaster Financial Assistance Information Sheet or visit www.manitobaemo.ca, phone 204-945-3050, toll-free 1-888-267-8298.
Emergencies like a flood can cause anxiety and there are many resources available to assist with stress. Please go to http://www.gov.mb.ca/flooding/managing_stress.html