Emergency Plan

The Emergency Plan for the Town of Deseronto has been developed to reflect the public safety requirements of our community.  Together we work to ensure that our community is prepared to respond to an emergency in the most effective manner possible.  The Aim of this plan is to protect the health, safety, welfare and property of the citizens of Deseronto, from the effects of a natural, technological or human caused emergency.  Deseronto updates its Emergency Response Plan on an annual basis, so that it reflects the procedures that would work best in managing any emergency arising in the Town of Deseronto.

An emergency means a situation or an impending situation caused by the forces of nature, an accident, an intentional act or otherwise that constitutes a danger of major proportions to life or property. A copy of Deseronto’s Emergency Plan is available: Deseronto's Emergency Plan

For further inquiries, please contact the Deseronto Town Hall.

Emergency Preparedness Information:

2019 Emergency Preparedness Guide
Emergency Preparedness Pocket Guide 
Hastings Emergency Preparedness Guide
Emergency Preparedness for People with Disabilities
Health Canada Extreme Cold Guide/Tips
Weather Network Guide on Dealing with Cold Temperatures

Is Your Family Prepared?

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. Stay safe on the go with our new mobile website.

Visit www.getprepared.ca for key steps to take during an emergency such as an earthquake, severe storm, flood, and more.

For the latest information on emergencies affecting Ontarians visit Emergency Management Ontario.  Users can subscribe to receive email notifications regarding emergencies.

Pets in Emergencies

In Ontario, each of us is responsible for our own safety and survival during the first 72 hours of an emergency. The responsibility of caring for pets ultimately rests on the owner, including during an emergency. It’s important to develop and create a 72 hour Pet Emergency Survival Kit, much like we would for ourselves and our families.
Pets and Emergencies Fact Sheet
OSPCA's Emergency Preparedness for Pets Information

Smartphone Emergency Notification App’s

Weather Network App
Power Outage Hydro One App