Emergency Preparedness

What would you do if an emergency happened here?

We may not have any advance warning when an emergency, such as a natural disaster, strikes. But through education, training, and having an emergency kit on hand, you can ensure that you've taken the necessary steps to protect yourself and your family. Experts say we should be ready to be self-sufficient for at least 72 hours in the event of an emergency.

Get Notified Emergency Notification System

Helpful Resources

Comox Valley Emergency Program

The Comox Valley Emergency Program functions in partnership with Comox, Courtenay, Cumberland, and the Comox Valley Regional District to provide coordinated emergency programming to the entire valley.

Emergency Management BC

Emergency Management BC protects and improves public safety in B.C. by providing advisories of active emergencies, disaster readiness and recovery, fire safety and death investigation.

Prepared BC

PreparedBC helps British Columbians get prepared to be on their own for at least the first 72 hours following an emergency, enabling first responders to focus on those in urgent need.

Get Prepared - Government of Canada

The "Get Prepared" campaign encourages Canadians to be prepared to cope on their own for at least the first 72 hours of an emergency, enabling first responders to focus on those in urgent need.