Prince George RCMP Reduced Services
Effective at 5:00 PM today, the Prince George RCMP Detachment will be closing front counter access to the public until April 15th. Although this is a specific date, we will be re-evaluating on a daily basis and the date may change. Non-essential services at the Detachment will be suspended. These services include fingerprinting and police information checks. The phones in the vestibules will be available should the need arise.
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In the event of an emergency or disaster, dial 9-1-1 and ask for police, fire, or ambulance services. If 9-1-1 is dialed by mistake, do not hang up. All 9-1-1 calls must be investigated. The 9-1-1 service is administered by the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George.
In addition to emergency response services such a fire, police, and ambulance dispatches, the City also provides information on how to cope in a disaster situation through emergency planning.
The City may also be designated as an evacuation destination for surrounding communities during wildfire season. Find information and updates on services being provided to evacuees.
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FIRE, POLICE, AND AMBULANCE
The City of Prince George works with partner organisations and agencies to deliver emergency response and public safety programs.
EMERGENCY PLANNING & RESPONSE
Learn how to plan and prepare for major and minor emergencies and find out what to do in the event of a local evacuation. Proper planning is vital to keeping safe during disasters.
In the event of a regional wildfire emergency, the City of Prince George may be designated as a destination for evacuees from affected communities.