If we can’t reach you, we can’t alert you.
Whitehorse Alert is our free, emergency mass notification system. It’s designed to quickly communicate time-sensitive information about events like fires, evacuation orders, road transportation emergencies or earthquakes.
When you register for Whitehorse Alert, you choose the best way to reach you when seconds count. That could be by text message, on your cell or home phone, or email.
Once registered for this service, it is important that you keep your account information up to date to ensure you receive all alerts that may affect you. This system is only as effective as the information entered.
Click on the image below to register today! If you would like more information or require assistance with creating an account, please email us at email@example.com.
If you're visiting Whitehorse, you can sign up to receive emergency broadcast alerts for seven days by simply texting the keyword whitehorsealert to 67283.
Please read our important safety documents:
The Whitehorse Fire Department has adopted a location technology called what3words to help find people in distress. what3words has divided the world into a grid of 3m x 3m squares and given each square a unique what3words address. In the event of an emergency, users can identify exactly where they are by opening the app and reading the corresponding three words to an emergency responder. For more information, visit what3words.com.
Public Safety Protection Plan
A plan designed to provide guidance to the Emergency Operations Centre personnel, Mayor and Council where circumstances indicate that actions may be required to protect the life and health of residents and visitors. This document includes evacuation routes.
Emergency Management Plan
A guiding document to provide the earliest possible coordinated response in order to protect the community.
Emergency Communications Public Handbook
This handbook supports the existing Emergency Response Plan, and is intended to provide guidelines for quick communication to Whitehorse residents and visitors during an emergency.
Wildfire Risk Reduction Strategy
The Wildfire Risk Reduction Strategy aims to reduce wildfire risk within the City of Whitehorse, through a 4-year action plan.
Hazardous Identification and Risk Analysis
A HIRA enables an organization to improve their overall resiliency.