What to do in an Evacuation


  • Take your grab & go bag and any medications you require.
  • Close & lock your windows and doors.
  • Move quickly & calmly.
  • Follow instructions provided by emergency officials.
  • Send a message to your out of area contact.

 Evacuation Preparation

North Shore Flooding

Were you affected by the recent flooding on November 3 & 4?

You may be eligible for financial support under British Columbia’s Disaster Financial Assistance Program.

 Emergency Management BC website


 Emergency Preparedness for your Pets


Pets are important family members. During an emergency, pets can become frightened and hide, sometimes becoming lost or trapped. Whether you are "staying put" or "evacuating", having a pet emergency plan, pet emergency kit and practicing for emergencies will help to ensure the health and safety of these important family members.


For more details please read throught our Emergency Preparedness for your Pets section