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There is a wealth of sights to see and experiences to be had in Stony Plain. Use this Guide to help plan your trip.
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Mural Program Stony Plain's rich heritage is preserved through its extensive mural program. Take a tour of the magnificent artwork.
Emergencies and disasters can happen at any time. Utilities can be out, ponds flooded, roads closed and crucial supplies unavailable. The safety of residents and the community is a top priority - one that the Town takes very seriously.
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Personal Emergency Preparation and Awareness
While local, provincial and federal officials prepare for emergencies, individuals can plan to be prepared at home and at work. With increased levels of fear and anxiety throughout Canada and the world, it makes sense to prepare for the unexpected. Everyone should be prepared to take care of oneself and one's families for up to three days, in the event of an emergency or disaster; for example, it could take that long to clear roads due to a severe winter storm.
Please take a moment to browse the emergency preparedness tips, information and websites listed below to learn more about what you can do to prepare for unexpected emergencies.
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72-hour Emergency Preparedness Kit
The Alberta Emergency Management Agency (AEMA) advises that you should be prepared to take care of yourself and your family for a minimum of 72 hours. If a disaster happens in your community, it may take emergency workers some time to get to you as they help those in desperate need.
By taking a few simple steps today, you can become better prepared to face a range of emergencies – anytime, anywhere. Use this guide to create your own emergency plan. Use the checklists to build a 72-hour emergency kit. These basic steps will help you to take care of yourself and your loved ones during an emergency.
- Download the 72-hour Emergency Preparedness Guide (-1.9MB)
Alberta Emergency Alert
The Alberta Emergency Alert is a part of the disaster response system in the event of a major public emergency. This system evolved from the original Emergency Public Broadcast System, which was developed following the 1987 Edmonton tornado.
The Alberta Emergency Alert gives local authorities immediate access to traditional media - including radio, television and the Alberta Emergency Alert website, and Social Media, such as Facebook and Twitter. In a disaster or major emergency, authorities can provide the public with information and instructions that will allow them to take necessary actions to protect themselves.
The system also broadcasts information for AMBER Alert, a program that allows police to request critical public assistance when a child has been abducted and a life is in danger.
Influenza and Pandemics
Details regarding influenza and pandemics comes directly from Alberta Health Services. For ALL health information and up-to-date notification and clinics, visit Alberta Health Services.
Other Information Sources
The Alberta Emergency Management Agency (AEMA) provides informational materials and resources to keep the public informed on a variety of topics, including, but not limited to:
- fire prevention and safety;
- injury prevention;
- hazardous materials;
- severe storm and flood preparedness;
- winter weather preparedness;
- self-sufficiency for the first 72 hours following an emergency;
- pandemic flu preparedness; and
general public safety and emergency planning.
For Fire Prevention and Safety find resources at the Office of the Fire Commission website:
Alerts and Advisories
Weather / Flood Alerts
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- Environment Canada
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- Alberta Environment Support and Emergency Response Team (ASERT)
- Community Spill Response Program (ASERT)
Emergency Preparedness Resources
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- Alberta Health Services
- Stony Plain / Spruce Grove / Enoch R.C.M.P.
- Stony Plain Fire Department
- Town of Stony Plain Municipal Enforcement Services
- Public Safety Canada
- Alberta Red Cross