For information on Storm Response Assistance
from the PEI Government
If you have a tree on your roof
and you want Provincial Government assistance
to remove it, Call 1-833-734-1873
If anyone would like to volunteer their time,
everyone is welcome!
If you are in need of a safe location during an environmental episode, contact:
Lyle Longuepee at 902-432-2124 or email@example.com
Remember to call 911 for all Emergencies
UPDATES AND INFORMATION
Items to include in your emergency supplies kit
To be prepared for a hurricane, you should have essential items on hand. Keep all items in waterproof containers and store securely. Your disaster supplies kit should include the following items:
Water (one gallon per person per day)
Food (minimum 3-day supply of non-perishable food items)
Flashlight and spare batteries
Battery-powered radio to listen to local updates
Whistle for attracting attention
Medication for at least 7 days
Blankets and warm/waterproof clothing
Well stocked first aid kit
Paper copy of emergency contacts list
Gather all vital certificates and policies and place them in a waterproof container and put it in a safe location close to your emergency exit.
Charge any rechargable items (ie. cell phone, tablet, backup flashlights, etc.