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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.
Town and Trail Map Find your way around Stony Plain by vehicle or on bike or foot using our detailed route and amenities map.
Mural Program Stony Plain's rich heritage is preserved through its extensive mural program. Take a tour of the magnificent artwork.
Personal Emergency Preparedness
Each year, thousands of Canadians face emergency situations that could forever alter their lives. It is important to have a plan in place before an emergency happens. Don't be caught off guard!
The following suggestions will help you and your family prepare in the event of an actual emergency:
- Identify the risks in your community. Stony Plain is susceptible to many different types of emergencies, including severe storms, train derailments, chemical spills, blizzards and heat waves.
- Walk around your house and identify dangers. Be aware of loosely hanged heavy artwork, toxic products, etc. Take any necessary corrective steps to secure your possessions and your home.
- Choose an out-of-area contact. Ideally, this person should be someone each member of the family can telephone or e-mail in case of an emergency. Be sure to choose someone far enough away so as not to be affected by a similar situation.
- Decide on temporary accommodation. This could include a friend's house or a motel, where you could take up a temporary residence (including your pets) in the event of an evacuation.
- Print and read the 72-hour Emergency Preparedness Kit (700.58KB). Each member of your family should prepare a kit, including storing enough water, food, medicine, money and clothes to comfortably survive for three days.
- Your family emergency plan should include your pets as they depend on you for their safety and well being. More information about evacuating your pets during a disaster
Additionally, be sure to educate yourself about the following:
- Hazard-proofing your home
- Know what natural and technological disasters could strike at any time in Stony Plain
- Prepare a 72-Hour Emergency Kit (-700.58)
- Choosing out-of-area or province emergency contacts
- Knowing what to do during a tornado, earthquake or power failure
- Knowing what to do after a disaster
- Knowing what to do if you are ordered to evacuate
- Knowing what to do about pets in an emergency
Emergency Preparedness Week
Emergency Preparedness Week (EP Week) is an annual event that takes place each year during the first full week of May. This national event is coordinated by Public Safety Canada, in close collaboration with the provinces and territories and partners. Each year, the Mayor of Stony Plain declares an official proclamation about Emergency Preparedness Week in Stony Plain.