The District of Ucluelet has an Emergency Notification Service to rapidly convey messages to residents and visitors about emergency events. The purpose of the service is to notify citizens via cellphone and/or landline of emergency situations, as well as, provide safety instructions and where to obtain additional information about an emergency event.
Get notified about emergency events by signing up to the District of Ucluelet’s Emergency Notification Service. This service will enable the District of Ucluelet to provide you with critical information quickly during an emergency situation, such as a tsunami warning.
To receive emergency notices via text message to your cell phone and/or voice-to-text message to your landline, please click on the link below and follow the steps. This service allows residents to add multiple phone numbers and contacts to one account, and will allow visitors to receive emergency notifications during their stay in Ucluelet.
This service will be tested annually during Emergency Preparedness Week. On Thursday, May 11 at approximately 2:00pm, the District of Ucluelet will demonstrate and test their internal communication system to notify first responders and emergency personnel, and their external communication system to notify residents and visitors.
The District of Ucluelet is looking for feedback from the public on the test. Please provide feedback to Mark Boysen, CAO or by telephone at 250-726-7744.
The District of Ucluelet has the legal authority to collect personal information. The information you provide will be kept confidential and will not be used for any purpose other than to contact you in the event of an emergency. You will not receive spam or commercial messages through this service. The District of Ucluelet has conducted a Privacy Impact Assessment to meet the requirements of Part 3 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
Usage of this service is subject to the Terms of Service of http://ucluelet.ca, which can be found at http://ucluelet.ca/terms-of-service. In addition, you acknowledge this service may send you text or phone messages that may result in charges to your cell phone plan.