Emergency Preparedness: Be Ready for Anything

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Emergencies can happen at any time and without warning.

While the City has emergency plans in place for the municipality as a whole, it is important for your household to be prepared as well.

Start by following these simple steps:

  • Know the risks in our area – both natural (weather-related) and human-caused
  • Make a plan to help your family know what to do in case of emergency
  • Put together an emergency kit with basic supplies to last your family 72 hours.
  • Sign up for Greater Sudbury Alerts. It is the City’s mass notification service that allows us to notify residents of any imminent threat to public safety, including extreme weather conditions, hazardous material spills and wildfires.

For more information, visit www.greatersudbury.ca/beprepared.


We Want to Hear From You.

Are you and your family prepared if we experience a natural disaster? What are your greatest barriers or concerns when it comes to emergency planning? Where do you feel you need more assistance?

We are looking to better understand our community’s level of emergency preparedness. Please take 5-10 minutes to fill out the survey below. It will be available until May 31,



Emergencies can happen at any time and without warning.

While the City has emergency plans in place for the municipality as a whole, it is important for your household to be prepared as well.

Start by following these simple steps:

  • Know the risks in our area – both natural (weather-related) and human-caused
  • Make a plan to help your family know what to do in case of emergency
  • Put together an emergency kit with basic supplies to last your family 72 hours.
  • Sign up for Greater Sudbury Alerts. It is the City’s mass notification service that allows us to notify residents of any imminent threat to public safety, including extreme weather conditions, hazardous material spills and wildfires.

For more information, visit www.greatersudbury.ca/beprepared.


We Want to Hear From You.

Are you and your family prepared if we experience a natural disaster? What are your greatest barriers or concerns when it comes to emergency planning? Where do you feel you need more assistance?

We are looking to better understand our community’s level of emergency preparedness. Please take 5-10 minutes to fill out the survey below. It will be available until May 31,