Public safety in the province of Alberta and its cities is our responsibility, so we must be ready to listen and receive instructions from Alberta Emergency alert. A disaster can occur anywhere, at any time. It is your responsibility to make sure you are prepared in case of a disaster close to where you live. Alberta’s emergency alerts are issued to help you, providing you with critical information about an immediate disaster, where it is occurring, and what action you should take.
Alerts are distributed to the public through various means, including: Radio and TelevisionInternetRSS FeedSocial Networks ( Facebook, Twitter, etc.) Road SignsApplication (App) Alberta Emergency AlertWhen a disaster occurs, get more information and take the appropriate measures to protect yourself and your family.
Here is an example of what an alert issued by Alberta Emergency Alert would look like:
(App) Listen to an example of Emergency and Alert transmission
Es importante que mantengamos en nuestro auto algunos articulos esenciales que podrian ayudarnos a sobre-llevar una emergencia en nuestro automovil y que tuvieramos que pasar varias horas sin movernos o sin recibir ayuda vial, a continuacion una lista de ellos.emergency-vehicle-checklist
Tambien es importante mantener comunicacion con la familia y tener un lugar para reunirse en caso de emergencia pues la comunicacion por celular puede estar interrumpida y no habria forma de ponerse en contacto con sus familiares. A continuacion una lista de que se debe tener listo:grab-and-go-checklist
Para suscribirse a las alertas de Calgary y todas las ciudades de la provincia de Alberta como Edmonton, Fort McMurray, Red Deer, Strathcona County, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, St Albert, Grande Prairie, Airdrie, Rocky Mountain House, Parkland County, Lloydminster, Spruce Grove, Leduc, Okotoks, Foothills No. 31, Red Deer County, Fort Saskatchewan, Grande Prairie, Camrose, Cochrane, Chestermere, Stony Plain, Cold Lake, Brooks, Leduc County, Beaumont, Mountain View County, Wetaskiwin, Canmore, Strathmore, Clearwater County, High River, Lacombe, Sylvan Lake, Wetaskiwin y Lacombe County, entre otras siga el siguiente link: Emergency Alert Alberta
- Information Alert Update - Wildfire - May 07, 2021 at 08:59AMby Lac La Biche County on 7 May 2021 at 2:59 pm
This is an Alberta Emergency Alert. Lac La Biche County has updated the Wildfire Alert. This alert is in effect for: Lac La Biche County. The wildfire burning near Township Road 652 and Range Road 165 in Lac La Biche County (north of Buffalo Lake Métis Settlement along Highway 855) is still active. There was no fire growth overnight. The fire is still classified as being out of control. Fire conditions are expected to increase as the day progresses. If you are in the affected area: Continue to avoid the area as there is smoke, equipment and people working. The residences that have already been spoken to continue to be under an evacuation alert. For details visit www.emergencyalert.alberta.ca or stay tuned to local media.
- Critical Alert Update - Wildfire - May 07, 2021 at 01:36AMby Parkland County on 7 May 2021 at 7:36 am
This is an Alberta Emergency Alert. Parkland County has updated the Wildfire Alert. This alert is in effect for: Parkland County. Parkland County has issued a mandatory evacuation order within the following area: Between Highway 22 and Range Road 63 and between Township Road 510 and 524, due to wildfire. If you are in this area you must leave immediately. If you are in the affected area: Evacuate immediately. Bring identification, medication, blankets, sleeping bags, personal items, important documents, household pets and pet care items if possible. All evacuees are required to register at the reception center, either in person or by phone at the Tomahawk and District Sports Agrena, 51122 AB-759, Tomahawk, AB T0E 2H0. Phone: 780-203-3258. For details visit www.emergencyalert.alberta.ca or stay tuned to local media.
- Information Alert Update - Water Quality - May 06, 2021 at 08:28AMby Village of Rockyford on 6 May 2021 at 2:28 pm
This is an Alberta Emergency Alert. Village of Rockyford has updated the Water Quality Alert. This alert is in effect for: Rockyford. Water may be unsafe to drink or use. If you are in the affected area: Boil water, bring water to a rapid rolling boil for 1 minute prior to use. Full boil water instructions can be found on our Facebook page. For details visit www.emergencyalert.alberta.ca or stay tuned to local media.