Emergencies are defined as situations or impending situations caused by forces of nature, accident or an intentional act that constitutes a danger of major proportions to life and property.
They affect public safety, meaning the health, welfare and property of people, as well as the environment and economic health of the community.
The population of the Township of Cramahe is approximately 5800 residents.
In order to protect residents, businesses and visitors, the Township of Cramahe requires a controlled and co-ordinated emergency response by a number of agencies under the direction of the Community Control Group. These are distance arrangements and procedures from the normal day-to-day operations carried out by emergency services.
The Township of Cramahe Emergency Management Program Committee developed this Emergency Response Plan. Every official, municipal department and agency must be prepared to carry out assigned responsibilities in an emergency. The response plan has been prepared to provide key officials, agencies and departments of the Township of Cramahe important emergency response information related to:
In addition, it is important that residents, businesses and interested visitors be aware of its provisions. Copies of the Township of Cramahe Emergency Response Plan may be viewed at the Municipal Office. For more information, please contact:
Community Emergency Management Coordinator
Township of Cramahe Municipal Office,
1 Toronto Street
Telephone: 905-355-2821 Ext 225
To view the full plan please click on:
To view the Public Notification Program outline, please click on: Cramahe Calling
We encourage residents of Cramahe Township to visit the Emergency Management Ontario website at http://www.emergencymanagementontario.ca/english/home.html to select FACT SHEETS that will provide some excellent information to various groups and individuals on emergency preparedness.