Emergency Response Planning FAQ's
Where can I learn more about the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George’s emergency management program?
My family and I operate a commercial Agricultural business with beef cattle and horses. Is there support for moving commercial livestock during an Evacuation Alert?
Yes. The Province of BC has policies in place to provide support to commercial livestock producers. They may receive assistance from the Regional District Emergency Program in relocating their commercial livestock during evacuation alerts - if necessary.
Are there any tools that can help me plan for moving my pets and commercial livestock?
Our local Beaverly-Mud River Farmers Institute has developed a simple Emergency Planning Worksheet for livestock owners! Many thanks to them for agreeing to make it available for others!
For additional information contact the Emergency Services Coordinator at 250-960-4400.
Where can I get Regional District Public Safety Warnings and Updates?
When significant public safety information is received by the Regional District, emergency preparedness warnings, alerts and notifications are posted at:
I've see people dumping green liquid from yellow drums, marked HAZMAT into the lake - who should I call?
My Company has been working for the Regional District Emergency Management Program on a response – what needs to be on my invoice so that I can get paid?
For suppliers to receive payment, the Regional District requires the following information on submitted invoices: