Emergency Measures

The safety and well-being of residents is always a priority for the City of Brossard. With this in mind, in the event that an emergency occurs within its territory, the City has developed a procedure that combines various efficient and complementary methods of communication in order to provide residents with timely updates.
 
Be Proactive!
When an emergency measure is in effect, please pass on information to anyone who may be affected by it.


Automated alert system

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Others communications informations

The City’s Direction des communications ensures follow-up with local media in the event of an emergency so that the entire community can follow the news and latest developments concerning the situation. Brossard’s local media outlets are as follows:

Newspapers

Radio

TV
  • TVRS


WEBSITE AND SOCIAL MEDIA

Website

In the event of an emergency, the homepage of the City’s website will be updated regularly with the latest information about the situation.

Twitter

The City’s Twitter account is a valuable tool for keeping up to date with the City’s actions in the event of an emergency. To follow the City on Twitter:

  1. Go to www.twitter.com
  2. Create an account (if you do not already have one)
  3. Enter @Ville_Brossard in the search field
  4. Subscribe to the @Ville_Brossard feed by clicking “Follow”
  5. You are now subscribed to the City of Brossard’s Twitter feed

Facebook

The City’s Facebook page is another means of keeping up to date with actions taken by the City in the event of an emergency. You can access it as follows:
  1. Go to www.facebook.com
  2. Create an account (if you do not already have one)
  3. Enter Ville de Brossard in the search field
  4. Like the Ville de Brossard page
  5. You are now subscribed to the City of Brossard’s Facebook page

VARIABLE-MESSAGE SIGNALISATION

There is a variable-message sign set up at the intersection of de Rome Blvd. and Lautrec St. In the event of an emergency, the City will use this sign to communicate important messages to residents, and the information will be updated as the situation develops.