Edson COVID-19 Response
The latest information from the Town of Edson's response to the COVID-19 situation.
Disaster Services is in place to work towards eliminating risks, and ensuring residents are as safe as possible in the event of a disaster.
As illustrated by the devastating Slave Lake wildfires, a disaster can strike at any time, and the Town of Edson is continuously working towards making the community as safe as possible through programs like FireSmarting, educating the public, and training staff to handle emergency situations.
In the event of an emergency the Town of Edson's Emergency Operations Centre will be located at the Civic Centre. If the Civic Centre is not an option the secondary site will be the Edson Fire Hall.
Are you and your family prepared for an emergency? Will you be able to make it through the first 72 hours of an emergency with little to no help?
The Town of Edson Protective Services Department is urging residents to build and maintain a 72 hour emergency preparedness kit. Kits should contain enough supplies to keep you and your family safe and comfortable for a minimum of 72 hours and stored in easy to access locations such as a front closet.
For more details on 72 hour emergency preparedness kits, inlcuding what should be included in them, download our 72 Hour Emergency Preparedness Kit Brochure