Emergency Info

Police, Fire, Ambulance - Dial 911



The Municipality of Harrison Park’s Emergency Plan is a plan to ensure the safety and well-being of all residents in the Municipality of Harrison Park in the event of a major disaster.

If an emergency has occurred, please stay in your home until the extent of the emergency has been determined.  Residents will then be given further instructions.

If the nature and/or magnitude of the emergency require warning to the public, the following will be done:

  • Community sirens (if applicable), and/or emergency vehicle sirens will be sounded
  • Door-to door contact will be made if time and circumstances permit

The following radio stations will be broadcasting information to the public:

  • CKLQ (Brandon)
  • CKDM (Dauphin)
  • FM 94.7 (Brandon)

The following is a checklist of items that you should take with you in the event of an evacuation:

  • Money, credit cards, birth certificates, forms of identification, etc.
  • Medication
  • Infant food and diapers
  • Clothing and personal hygiene items
  • Pets (depending on urgency of the emergency) 

In the case of an emergency do the following before leaving your home:

  • Turn off water supply
  • Turn off lights, appliances, etc.
  • Do not turn off your furnace unless instructed to do so
  • Lock your residence

In an emergency, you will need some basic supplies.  The following is a basic emergency kit which can be kept in a backpack, duffle bag or suitcase with wheels.  Make sure your kit is easy to carry and everyone in the household knows where it is.

BASIC EMERGENCY KIT (sustainable for 72 hours)

  • Water – at least two liters of water per person per day; include small bottles that can be carried easily in case of an evacuation orde
  • Food that won’t spoil, such as canned food, energy bars and dried foods (replace food and water once a year)
  • Manual can-opener
  • Crank or battery-powered flashlight (and extra batteries).  Replace batteries once a year.
  • Crank, battery-powered radio (and extra batteries) or weather radio
  • First aid kit
  • Extra keys to your car and house
  • Some cash in smaller bills, such as $10 bills
  • A copy of your emergency plan and contact information
  • If applicable, other items such as prescription medication, infant formula, equipment for people with disabilities, or food, water and medication for your pets or service animal (personalize according to your needs)