The City of Campbell River is part of the Strathcona Emergency Program and is supported by British Columbia Emergency Management. During major incidents or emergencies, local plans developed by the City of Campbell River or Strathcona Regional District are activated. These plans are implemented by first responders and staff at the local level and supported by the province through Emergency Management BC.

In our region, these local programs are developed collaboratively with the Strathcona Regional District, ensuring the highest level of support to residents. These plans have been used over the years in times of flooding, landslides, and COVID-19.


Be Prepared

Disasters can happen anytime, and potentially leave your household on its own for several days.

There are three steps to preparedness:

  1. Know the hazards
  2. Gather your supplies
  3. Make your plan

Visit PreparedBC to find out how.


Strathcona Regional District Emergency Notifications

The Strathcona Regional District offers a free notification service to keep residents, visitors and businesses informed of emergencies in a timely manner. Find out more, and sign up at https://srd.ca/preparedness/


Additional Resources

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Feb 03, 2021 Calling young artists!
Jan 02, 2020 2019 Year-in-Review
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Nov 02, 2017 CRadvantage goes live!
Jul 25, 2017 Chalkfest returns!
Jun 30, 2017 Celebrate Canada Day!
Jan 09, 2017 2016 Year-in-Review
Dec 20, 2016 Tourism update!
Nov 16, 2016 Fire Chief for a Day
Oct 11, 2016 Afternoon garage fire
Sep 20, 2013 Walk-ability Survey
Sep 20, 2013 Tidemark grant in aid
Sep 21, 2013 ECAP
Sep 21, 2013 George Paul Passing
Sep 21, 2013 MyCity info update
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Oct 08, 2013 Fire Prevention Week
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Dec 18, 2014 Fawn Rd. house fire
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Feb 26, 2015 Mobile home fire
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Jan 04, 2016 Jan. 1 City Currents
Jan 07, 2016 New Robron Field open!