Emergency Management

  • In the event of an emergency, The Municipality's emergency plan has been prepared to assign responsibilities and to guide the immediate actions of key officials in the first critical hours after the onset of an emergency in the Municipality of Thames Centre.
  • This plan has been adopted through By-law No. 57-2004 passed on June 21, 2004 under the legal authority of The Emergency Management Act R.S.O. 1990, CHAPTER E.9.


Emergency Prepardness

Emergencies can happen at any time, anywhere. You may be stranded in your vehicle or confined to your home or workplace. You may not have basic services like water, gas, electricity or a working telephone.

Being prepared for an emergency includes making an emergency survival kit that contains the basic items you need for at least three days.

You can learn more about how to prepare for an emergency by visiting the Government of Canada's "Get Prepared" website.