MEDIA RELEASE: Be Informed and be Emergency Ready

Emergency Preparedness Week (May 3 - 9) is recognized annually and is an opportunity to encourage Canadians to be better prepared during emergencies.


“By knowing when an emergency happens. you will be able to make decisions and take actions to minimize the threat to you or your family," says Fire Chief Darryl Bailey. “The current COVID-19 emergency has shown the importance of all Caledon residents signing up for emergency alerts and staying connected to our Town channels. This helps ensure that everyone has an equal chance of knowing when there is an imminent threat to life, public safety or property.”


Be Informed | Know What’s Happening to Plan Ahead


For all types of emergencies and how to protect yourself and your property before, during and after an emergency keep these resources in mind:

Locally stay connected to the Town’s channels for the latest news and updates about burn ban news, road closures, emergency news and more:

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