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Winter Storms On The North Shore

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The North Shore frequently experiences seasonal storms characterized by intense rainfall and strong winds. The substantial force of these high winds has the potential to topple trees and branches, leading to power outages, road closures, and disruptions in traffic flow.

Furthermore, our local creeks and rivers exhibit a rapid response to substantial rainfall, resulting in swift and elevated water levels shortly after such weather events. This heightened flow poses additional challenges and considerations for the community’s safety and infrastructure.

Be Prepared For Any Emergency

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Get a Kit

Make a Plan

Make a Plan

Alertable-App

Download Alertable App

Know The Risks

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Get Prepared

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At Home

At Home

At Work

At Work

In Your Car

In Your Car

Preparing Your Business

Preparing Your Business

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At School - New

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Get Alertable

After An Emergency

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What to do after an emergency

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After a flood

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After an earthquake

North Shore Evacuation Guide

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Some emergencies — such as a fire, or hazardous materials release — may make staying in your home dangerous. In such cases, it may be safer for you to evacuate the area and go to family or friends, or an emergency reception centre.

NSEM has created the North Shore Evacuation Guide to help residents understand:

North Shore Evacuation Guide

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