In any true emergency call 911.
Alternate Contact Numbers
Hospital (Carleton Place Memorial)
Hospital (Almonte General)
- Fire Prevention Information
- Hydro One Emergency Checklist
- Emergency Management Plan
- To arrange for a fire safety inspection, receive fire prevention information, or schedule fire extinguisher training, please call 613-257-5526.
- The Town's website
- CP Scoop e-newsletter
- Facebook and Twitter
- Update boards at the Arena and Pool
- Lake 88.1 FM
72-hour Emergency Kit
As recommended by Emergency Management Ontario, having a 72-hour (3-day) emergency kit on hand will assist you and your family in an emergency while first-responders and other responding workers help those in immediate need, as well as to allow the Town to put assistance in place in the days following the immediate event. This kit should contain the following items in order to permit the safe and rapid evacuation of the neighbourhood if required.
Three Day Emergency Kit:
- Flashlight and batteries
- Radio and batteries or crank radio
- Spare batteries (for radio or flashlight)
- First Aid Kit
- Candles and matches/lighter
- Extra car keys and cash
- Important papers (identification)
- Food and bottled water
- Clothing and footwear
- Blankets or sleeping bags
- Toilet paper and personal items
- Backpack or duffel bag
- Playing cards
Emergency Planning for Your Family
Part 1- Preparing Your Family for an Emergency
Part 2- During an Emergency Situation
Part 3- Emergency Planning for Your Family
Part 4- What to do in an Emergency in Carleton Place
Part 5- Shelter in Place
Don't Forget Your Pet - Your families emergency plan should include ALL family members
Visit the Emergency Management Ontario Website for more information on emergency procedures and emergency management.
Information and brochures on emergency management can be obtained at the Public Library in Carleton Place.
Conveniently Report Minor Crimes Online
Save Resources and Time
The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) invite citizens to consider using Online Reporting - a secure, simple and convenient tool to report minor crimes.
In 2018, the OPP Provincial Communications Centres (PCC) received over two million 9-1-1, non-emergency and administrative calls. Of these, officers were dispatched to approximately 1.05 million occurrences. An increased use of Online Reporting will allow our frontline officers to focus efforts on urgent calls and crime prevention strategies within our communities.
Crimes that are eligible for Online Reporting are occurrences that include:
- Theft Under $5000;
- Mischief / Damage to Property Under $5000;
- Mischief / Damage to Vehicle Under $5000;
- Theft from Vehicle;
- Lost / Missing Property Under $5000;
- Stolen License Plates; and
- Driving Complaints (after the occurrence)
Online Reporting is a user friendly process that can be completed from any mobile device, laptop, tablet or computer with internet access. To access the system, a user can go to opp.ca/reporting, choose their location and click on Start a Report. This will take the user to a secure link where they will be given precise instructions on how to fill out the report.To learn more, view the Online Reporting video . To report a minor crime and for more information visit the reporting page on the OPP website.
2018 Lanark County O.P.P Detachment Progress Report
The Lanark County Detachment continues to focus on the reduction of harm and victimization, specifically violent crime, property crime, illicit drugs and cyber crime. Provincial targeted outcomes have been identified and they are working together with local municipalities to achieve these provincial targets into 2019/2020. Please the full REPORT for details on targeted service delivery.
Lanark County Resource Card
This resource list/card was developed by the Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Advisory Committee of Lanark County, a partnership of agencies and individuals working together to prevent sexual and domestic violence in our community.
The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) and the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) are reminding riders that a snowmobile can quickly take you away from areas where services, communities and emergency assistance are easily accessible or available. Responsible snowmobilers take charge of their own safety and well-being by preparing their sled, gear and equipment before the first ride of the season. In addition to getting properly trained and knowing the law, there are other factors to consider when getting ready for safe snowmobiling. Learn more about safe snowmobiling on the Go Snowmobiling Ontario website.