Station 16 : 750 Rue Willibrord (behind Verdun borough hall)
North: Canal de l ’Aqueduc
South: St. Lawrence River (including Nun’s Island)
East: Rue May
West: Rue Fayolle
- Chief : Sylvain Dubois
- Lieutenant: Caroline Alarie
- Community Relations Officers : Nathalie Grenier, Marie-Ève Lépine - Telephone: 514-280-0416 - 514- 280-0417
Number of agents serving the citizens of the borough: 75
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Station 66 - 4396 Boulevard LaSalle, Wellington-de-l’Église neighbourhood
Station 67 - 911 Boulevard René-Lévesque, Quartier de l'Île-des-soeurs
Montréal’s fire department, the Service de sécurité incendie de Montréal (SIM), works to make the agglomeration of Montréal safer by protecting lives, property and the environment.
This mission is accomplished by responding to all types of emergencies, including medical emergencies, fires and other emergency situations, and carrying out prevention, education and civil protection activities.
- Internet: ville.montreal.qc.ca/verdun/sim
- Administrative offices in your sector: 514-280-1215
- Questions concerning fire prevention: 514-872-3800
- Public education: 514-872-4684
- File report summary: 514-872-3775
- Detailed fire report: 514-872-3142
- Emergency Evacuation Assistance Program: 514-872-3775
- Several SIM information files may be consulted through the city’s 311 portal.
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Private medical clinics
- CLSC Verdun – Côte-Saint-Paul, 400 Rue de l’Église, Verdun (Québec) H4G 2M4 - Telephone: 514-766-0546
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In case of emergency or a major disaster, call 311 for general information.
In order to respond in a timely manner to the needs of the population, the Verdun borough has an emergency measures plan for the borough in the event of a natural disaster, such as an ice storm, major flooding, or any phenomenon resulting from human activity.
Borough staff have been trained to respond according to this plan, and each is ready to take action in the event of an unforeseen disaster.
How to prepare
- Tune in to local radio and television stations for information and specific instructions.
- Prepare a survival kit.
- Be prepared to wait inside your home until the disaster is over or to be evacuated to a secure location, if necessary.
- If you must evacuate your home, cut the power and unplug all electronic devices.
- Never use alternative heating sources inside your home (BBQ, camping stove, etc.).
- Throw away any food kept in a refrigerator without power for more than 24 hours or a freezer without power for more than 48 hours.
- Rather than remain passive, get involved as a volunteer!
Need to evacuate your home for several days?
- Check the state of the roads before leaving.
- Shut off the water and leave the taps slightly open. In the event of freezing, pour windshield washer fluid into the toilet basin, the dishwasher, clothes washer and other waste pipes.
- Choose a meeting place at a loved one’s home outside your region so the entire family can gather and stay there if necessary.
- Bring your pet with you or find a shelter for it.
- Bring your survival kit.
- Keep the gas tank in your car sufficiently full. Never store gas at home or in your car.
- Keep a survival kit in your car, along with a shovel, sand, a scraper, etc.
To report an abnormal or dangerous situation (road network, traffic, water supply system, sewers, parks) at any time, call 311.
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