Public Safety


Emergency Measures Organization (EMO)

Quispamsis works in coordination with neighboring municipalities, town departments, local first responders, regional and provincial agencies to strengthen the town’s ability to prepare for, mitigate, respond to, and recover from, a disaster.

The town has an Emergency Management Program which includes elements necessary to respond quickly and effectively to major emergencies. These elements include: the Quispamsis Emergency Measures Plan, Emergency Operations Centre (EOC), Disaster Management and education services. The EOC is a dedicated facility which serves as the focal point for the coordination and management of emergency response activities during large scale emergency events.

On a day-to-day basis, Quispamsis supports effective planning, disaster management, training and education activities. Staff conduct research into, and preparation of, appropriate and necessary plans and procedures for emergency response.

Basic emergency preparedness starts with each individual. Be prepared. By taking a few simple steps, you can become better prepared to face a range of emergencies – anytime, anywhere. In an Emergency call 911.


Power Outages

Power outages may occur during stormy weather. It is important to report power outages directly to NB Power to ensure timely response.


Civic Address Signs

The Kennebecasis Valley Firefighters Association sell white civic numbers on aluminum plates with a blue reflective background. Signs come in three different sizes (depending on your street number) and have proven to be a great asset to emergency crews trying to find an address, especially after dark.

Cost: $20 per sign, paid by cash or cheque, made at Fire Station (1 Campbell Drive) as you wait.