| Spring and Summer Weather Hazards
From hail and heat waves, to thunderstorms and tornadoes, severe weather in Canada takes many different forms in the summer months. It is by knowing what to expect and how to prepare for it, that you will be able to protect yourself, your family and your property from summer weather hazards.
| Emergency Preparedness Week May 5-11
Emergency Preparedness (EP) Week (May 5-11) is a Canada-wide initiative to increase awareness of individual and family preparedness. We invite our partners and other organizations to participate and help raise awareness. The resources below will help you in your EP week planning. Thank you for your interest in promoting EP Week and in helping to build more resilient communities. Find more information on Emergency Preparedness Week, and how to put together your kit, here!
| Emergency Management Planning
Emergency Management Planning for the Town of Aylmer is the responsibility of the Community Emergency Management Program Committee. The committee is made up of members from Municipal Council, Staff and Local Industry.
There is also a Community Emergency Management Coordinator (CEMC) and a alternate CEMC that are appointed by the Town Council and are responsible for maintenance and testing of the Municipal Emergency Plan.
This Emergency Management Plan is available in accessible formats or with communications supports upon request.
In case of emergency for Police, Fire and Ambulance Services dial 9-1-1
Emergency Management Contact
Fire Chief / CEMC
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