Protective and Emergency Services
Community Safety is one of the top priorities for the City of North Battleford. For information on the City's Community Safety Strategy, the Community Safety Officers Program, the Battlefords RCMP and the North Battleford Fire Department, click on the links to the right.
For information on the WPD Ambulance, visit their website.
Is the City of North Battleford prepared for an emergency?
A new Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) was completed in 2011. The facility, located at the Cameron McIntosh Airport, includes a reorganized space and updated office technology. The EOC is vital when it comes to protecting the lives of North Battleford residents, their families, property and the environment. The EOC will serve as North Battleford's multi-agency command centre should any large-scale emergency arise.
The North Battleford Fire Department, along with numerous other City Departments and staff frequently practice emergency scenarios to ensure everyone knows their role should a major emergency take place.
Are you prepared for an emergency?
Public Safety Canada suggests that in case of an emergency, residents should be prepared to take care of themselves and their family for a minimum of 72 hours, enabling first responders to focus on those in urgent needs.
Here is what you can do:
1. Sign up for our North Battleford Rapid Alert Notification System to receive alerts in case of emergencies or critical events (for North Battleford residents only).