Municipalities play an important role in public safety. They can plan and adopt long-term disaster mitigation measures to protect their residents. Under provincial legislation, municipal councils are responsible for the direction and control of a municipal emergency response.
The SaskAlert program notifies you of an emergency situation, in real-time, so you can take action to protect yourself, your family and your property.
Get the latest on Saskatchewan wildfire activity, current fire bans, fire danger maps, as well as smoke and air quality information. You can also learn about the FireSmart program and what actions to take to protect your home.
Learn what you can do to prevent and prepare for wildfire for your industrial or commercial operation.
Emergencies can occur at any time. It only takes four simple steps to become better prepared to face an emergency: know the risks; make a plan; have an emergency kit; and download SaskAlert.
In Saskatchewan, 911 calls are taken at Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) in Regina, Saskatoon, and a facility located near Prince Albert. Learn about the role of the PSAPs, 911 dispatchers and what information you'll need to provide if you call 911.