Be prepared - it can happen to you.
Emergencies can affect part or all of a community. They can happen anytime and anywhere. The District of Mackenzie, with strong support from the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George and our community emergency services, are committed to helping residents in our area know the potential risks and how they can be prepared for and informed during an emergency. Don't be caught off guard when a larger emergency occurs, the better prepared we are the better we will manage during an emergency and recover afterwards.
We want to connect with you during an emergency. Stay informed with any emergency updates by monitoring this website, and the following sources:
Are you prepared?
Below are resources from the Province of BC, as well as the District of Mackenzie to help you prepare for the worst, and what to do when an emergency happens.
in an emergency
Deputy Fire Chief
60 Centennial Drive
P | 250-997-4221
F | 250-997-4224
For non-emergencies, call 250-997-1234
Individuals requiring assistance - get on the list!
The District of Mackenzie Emergency Services wants to make sure everyone who may require extra assistance during an emergency or an evacuation is taken care of. The Mackenzie & District Hospital is compiling a list of these individuals in preparation for any emergency event. This information will be shared with local emergency services including the District of Mackenzie Fire Rescue Department in the event of an emergency evacuation.
If you feel you require extra assistance during an emergency please choose one of the following options.
Contact the Northern Health or the District of Mackenzie. You can simply give us a call us at 250-997-4221, or email Northern Health.
Fill out the Individual Requiring Assistance Profile Sheet (pdf form) and return it to Northern Health.
Personal & Family Emergency Preparedness
Mackenzie is a two hour drive from Prince George and on occasion services such as electricity and telephone can be interrupted. We encourage every family in Mackenzie to devise their own Emergency Preparedness kit.