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Disasters can strike without warning. That is why it is important to be ready for an emergency.

The Office of Emergency Management ensures that the City of Edmonton is prepared for, can respond to, and can recover from a disaster or major emergency.

During a disaster or emergency, the City of Edmonton is a great place to stay up-to-date by checking out their Facebook or Twitter accounts, the City website, or by phoning 311.

What You Can Do

  • Stay informed during an emergency by monitoring local radio, television and social media
  • Sign up to receive Alberta Emergency Alerts to keep you informed of potential risks to your health, safety or community
    • You can subscribe to receive alerts directly on your phone or computer via an Android App, iOS App, Twitter, Facebook or RSS feed
  • If you have an LTE capable device (smartphone or tablet), you can also receive an Alert Ready message
    • The Alert Ready system allows governments across Canada to send important public safety messages to compatible mobile devices during an emergency

Learn more about Personal Preparedness to help protect yourself, your family members and your neighbours.

Local Resources

PHONE NUMBERS
9-1-1: Emergencies - fire, ambulance, police, hazardous material spills.

8-1-1: Health information and advice, 24-hours a day, from an Alberta Health Services’ registered nurse.

7-1-1: Relay service allows deaf people to converse with the hearing over the phone through an operator.

5-1-1: Road reports and traffic conditions.

3-1-1: 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 9-1-1.

2-1-1: The Support Network - single access point to health, human services, community resources and government assistance people need every day as well as in times of crisis.

National Resources

Ensures the City is prepared for and can respond to and recover from a disaster or major emergency.

Information on personal preparedness to help citizens better protect themselves, family members and neighbours.

Use these safety tips to help prevent fires and fire-related injuries in your home.

Includes fire station locations and emergency response service fees and permits.

For More Information

Office of Emergency Management

Telephone

311

TTY 780-425-1231

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