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Posting Your Civic Address Is Important!




If you had an emergency, would an ambulance be able to find your residence? Would the Fire Department or the RCMP? How about at night? Or from a distance?

Every second counts during a fire, police or medical emergency and valuable time can be lost if your civic address is not clearly posted where emergency responders can see it. Emergency responders cannot provide lifesaving services to you and your family if they cannot find your house.

Your civic address is assigned by the Municipal Assessment Agency. If you are unsure what your civic address is, or if you are using a number that was assigned to you by Newfoundland Power, please contact the Town Office to confirm your address and post it for emergency responders – the closer to the end of your driveway, the better.

Because they can’t help you if they can’t find you…

 

Posted on June 20th, 2017