Are you ready for the first 72 hours?
Only you can prepare yourself, your family and your home for an emergency. Make your Family Emergency Plan.
Emergencies can happen at any time and can be most challenging when there is little or no warning.
Being prepared and knowing what to do in different types of severe weather events and hazards will help you stay safe and reduce the impacts on your health and property.
Keep Calm and Adapt: Emergency and Extreme Weather Preparedness
The second annual, Keep Calm and Adapt: Emergency and Weather Preparedness event will take place at Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre (QEPCCC) on May 6 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. This event is designed to help residents build their resilience to our changing climate. Exhibitors will be on hand from various town departments (stormwater management, forestry, parks, emergency management) as well as Conservation Halton, Halton Region, Emergency Management Ontarion, the Insurance Bureau of Canada and many others. More information will be available shortly.
What you need to know
During significant events and emergencies, information updates will be posted on the town’s website and social media channels.
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Before an Emergency
The town is prepared to respond to emergencies, but only you can prepare yourself, your family and your home.
During an Emergency
Emergencies can happen at any time and can be most challenging when there is little or no warning. Being prepared will help you stay safe.
After an Emergency
Refill your emergency kits and update your household emergency plan, if needed.
During emergencies, information updates will be posted on the town’s website and social media channels.
Types of emergency events and extreme weather
Being prepared and knowing what to do in different types of severe weather events and hazards will help you deal with an emergency situation. Learn more about the most common types that could effect your home or business in Oakville.
We’re ready, too.
The Town of Oakville prepares for emergency situations so we can respond quickly to protect residents and property, keep roads clear and town services running. In the event of an emergency, we’ll keep you informed through our website, RSS feed, Twitter and Facebook.
The Town of Oakville 2013 Emergency Plan (accessible pdf, 891 kB) meets the requirements set out by Emergency Management Ontario. This document is available in an alternate format upon request. Visit the accessibility page for contact details.