Please be aware that the first public alert test for the Wireless Public Alerting system is Wednesday, May 9, 2018 at 1:55pm MST.
Disasters can strike without warning. Be emergency ready.
The Alberta Emergency Alert system provides critical information about an immediate disaster, where it is occurring and what actions Albertans need to take.
Alerts are distributed to the public through various outlets including:
- Radio and television
- Rich Site Summary (RSS) feed
- Social media (Facebook, Twitter)
- Text messages
- Road signage
Subscribe to emergency alerts on your smartphone or computer at emergencyalert.alberta.ca.
911: Emergencies - fire, ambulance, police, hazardous materials spills
811: Health information and advice 24-hours a day from an Alberta Health Services’ registered nurse
711: Relay service allows deaf people to converse with the hearing over the phone through an operator.
511: Road reports and traffic conditions
311: City government information for transit and program registration, as well as sewer and interpretive services. Anyone requiring fire, ambulance, or police emergency assistance must call 911 for emergency assistance.
211: The Support Network - single access point to the health, human services, community resources and government assistance people need every day as well as in times of crisis
Edmonton Police Non-Emergency Line
ATCO Gas Emergency Line
Phone: 780-420-5585 (Edmonton and area)
EPCOR Power Trouble Line
EPCOR Water Trouble Line
Alberta Emergency Alert
Alberta Health Services
Alberta Poison and Drug Information Service
Insurance Bureau of Canada
Phone: 1-800-377-6378 (Alberta)
Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness
Phone: 1-800-O-CANADA (1-800-622-6232)