The following list of contacts are provided to the public. Please call them directly or click on their name to go to their website if one is available.
If you are looking for a contact and cannot locate on the website or in the phone book, please contact the Municipal Office at 250-401-4100.
|BC Ambulance||911||Emergencies – Threat to Life|
|Fire Department – Chetwynd & Area||911||Fires, Road Rescue|
|BC Hydro||1-800-PowerOn||Hydro Issues|
|Fortis BC||1-800-663-9911||Gas Emergencies|
|Wildfire Reporting||1-800-663-5555||Report all Wildfires|
|BC Ministry of Environment||1-800-663-3456||Hazardous Spills, Gas Leaks, Oil Spills|
|BC Ministry of Transportation||1-604-660-9771||Road Hazard Reporting|
|Caribou Road Services||1-800-667-2322||Peace River– Road Hazard Reporting|
|Provincial Emergency Program||1-800-663-3456||Earthquakes, floods, dangerous spills|
|Peace River Regional District||1-800-670-7773||Regional District|
|BC Centre for Disease Control||604-660-0584||Provincial Health Services|
|Environment Canada – Weather Warnings||Click on left for link to website||Weather Information|
The District of Chetwynd Emergency Measures Bylaw No. 859/G/07 provides District officials the authority to establish the emergency program, to expend money and to take the necessary action to prepare for and respond to any major emergency or disaster that may impact the District of Chetwynd.
The District of Chetwynd is responsible for meeting any obligations and requirements outlined in the Emergency Program Act and related regulations. The legislation requires local authorities to prepare or cause to be prepared local emergency plans, to establish and maintain an emergency management organization, to develop and implement emergency plans and other emergency preparedness, response and recovery measures.