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Posted on: June 21, 2017

Are you ready in case of a wildfire?

Prepare for the Unexpected

At this time of year, a wildfire is the most likely community emergency to affect Jasper. Be prepared - keep a full tank of gas in your personal vehicle, and have important papers and an emergency kit ready to go.
While first responders will be busy handling the threat, you need to be prepared to look after yourself and your family for a minimum of 72 hours. Your ability to be self-sufficient will free up resources to assist those in need. Simple preparedness can make a big difference when a disaster strikes.

Download this newsletter to find out what to do in the event of an evacuation.

Get a copy of the Jasper Emergency Guide at municipal facilities or click the link below for online resources, including a complete emergency kit list. 

If you think you will need assistance in the case of an evacuation, please register with Community Outreach Services by calling 780-852-2100.

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