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City of Winnipeg Emergency Services

In an emergency call:

9-1-1 - The emergency line for police, fire or ambulance.

How to report emergencies

In non-emergencies call:

204-986-6222 - The Winnipeg Police Service non-emergency phone number

204-986-6336 - Ambulance stable patient transfer line (non emergency) 24 hours per day

204-986-6380 - Fire non emergency (Mon to Fri) 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Police – Winnipeg Police Service

The Winnipeg Police Service (WPS) is part of a larger system devoted to providing all residents with safe communities and a high quality of life. WPS is a central and key player in creating safe communities through crime prevention and effective response to social disorder and criminal activity, and provides initial response and specialized policing services to the residents.

Fire & Ambulance – Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service

The Winnipeg Fire and Paramedic Service (WFPS) is a public service whose principal operations are directed at preserving the safety, quality of life, and the property of the residents of, and visitors to, the city of Winnipeg. WFPS provides services in the areas of fire, rescue, and medical response, fire and injury prevention, and emergency preparedness and response.

Emergency Preparedness Program

The function of emergency preparedness planning and response coordination is maintained by the Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service. The Emergency Preparedness Program is responsible for coordinating and supporting overall emergency preparedness activities including research, training and education, disaster exercises, public information and the response to an emergency event.

EmergWeb

EmergWeb is a unique, specialized website which will be fully activated in the case of an emergency within the city of Winnipeg. Examples of such emergencies may include a severe snow or ice storm, rising river levels, or a large scale hazardous materials incident.

EmergWeb provides comprehensive and regularly updated information regarding City services during an emergency. Our goal is to ensure that you have access to the most up-to-date emergency information online, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

In non-emergency times, EmergWeb is intended to be a resource for citizens in preparing for an emergency and protecting yourself, your family and your property should the need arise.

Last update: May 25, 2018
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