Emergency Preparedness Week is May 7 - 13, 2023. Are you and your family prepared in case of emergency?
Collingwood, like every municipality, regardless of size and location, can be seriously disrupted by an emergency. This could take the form of a severe storm, flood, fire, chemical spill or similar disaster.
All capable adults are responsible to be prepared for unforeseen emergencies. While nobody can predict an emergency, it is important to plan for a variety of possibilities. Your personal plan can make a significant difference to you and your family's well-being. Emergencies can and do occur without warning.
The resources on this page have been assembled to help you get prepared.
We are happy to provide alternate formats or communication support, on request, for all the resources provided on this page, to ensure that everyone in our community is fully prepared in an emergency. You can contact us at 705-445-3920.
Emergency Preparedness Action Plan - My Plan
The Town of Collingwood is currently ranked #2 in the province for municipalities with a population of 5000-50,000 for residents using the online tool and submitting their personal Emergency Action Plans. Learn more and make your emergency preparedness action plan at: https://beprepared.emergencymanagementontario.ca/myplan/
- Town of Collingwood Emergency Plan
- Emergency Preparedness for the residents of Collingwood
- 72-hour Emergency Kit checklist
- Make A Plan - Video
- Build an Emergency Kit - Video
- Office of the Fire Marshal
- Emergency Preparedness Action Plan - My Plan
- Emergency Preparedness Week - Get Prepared
- Emergency Management Ontario
- Transport Canada Transportation of Dangerous Goods
- Public Safety Canada
- Health Canada Emergency Preparedness
- Transport Canada Emergency Preparedness
- St. John Ambulance
- Collingwood General and Marine Hospital
- Canadian Red Cross
- The Weather Network