Greenview Emergency Operations Centre Updates

Greenview Emergency Operations Centre Updates2023-05-07T13:33:08-06:00

Greenview Emergency Operations Centre has been activated.

The health and safety of our staff, residents, and communities remain our top priority. All updates regarding our response to the wildfire situation will be posted on our website as they become available.

Greenview Emergency Operations Centre Updates

Emergency Operations Centre Update Sunset House Area – July 17, 2023 – 9:00 AM *UNDER CONTROL

July 17th, 2023|Uncategorized, News & Announcements, Emergency Operations Centre Updates|

Current wildfire status (Sunset House Area) update from Greenview Emergency Operations Centre July 17, 2023 – 9:00 AM The following information is the latest update provided by Alberta Forestry’s Incident Command in charge of the fire. Because this is a Forestry fire, they are the lead for firefighting operations and provide Greenview with information approved by them for release. Greenview strives to provide a timely high-level summary of active wildfires within Greenview and will post updates to evacuation orders [...]

Emergency Operations Centre Update Sunset House Area – July 15, 2023 – 5:30 PM

July 15th, 2023|Emergency Operations Centre Updates, Uncategorized, News & Announcements, Homepage News|

Current wildfire status (Sunset House Area) update from Greenview Emergency Operations Centre July 15, 2023 – 5:30 PM The following information is the latest update provided by Alberta Forestry’s Incident Command in charge of the fire. Because this is a Forestry fire, they are the lead for firefighting operations and provide Greenview with information approved by them for release. Greenview strives to provide a timely high-level summary of active wildfires within Greenview and will post updates to evacuation orders [...]

Emergency Operations Centre Update Sunset House Area – July 14, 2023 – 2:30 PM

July 14th, 2023|Emergency Operations Centre Updates, Uncategorized, News & Announcements, Homepage News|

Current wildfire status (Sunset House Area) update from Greenview Emergency Operations Centre July 14, 2023 – 2:30 PM The following information is the latest update provided by Alberta Forestry’s Incident Command in charge of the fire. Because this is a Forestry fire, they are the lead for firefighting operations and provide Greenview with information approved by them for release. Greenview strives to provide a timely high-level summary of active wildfires within Greenview and will post updates to evacuation orders [...]

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Evacuation Notices

Advisory – Alberta Emergency Alert. Sunset House Area Evacuation Alert: July 11, 2023

July 11th, 2023|Uncategorized, News & Announcements, Emergency Evacuations, Homepage News|

ALERT ONLY GWF049 is a wildfire that is burning Out of Control 5 kilometers west of Snipe Lake. This alert is in effect for everyone within a radius of 5 KM from Range Road 203 and Highway 669 in the Sunset House area. Everyone in the affected area should prepare for a possible evacuation with 2 hours' notice. Gather pets, important documents and medication, enough food, water and supplies for at least 3 days. IMPORTANT: This alert will [...]

CANCELLED – Sweathouse Area Evacuation Alert Cancelled

June 27th, 2023|Uncategorized, News & Announcements, Emergency Evacuations, Homepage News|

EVACUATION ALERT CANCELLED June 27, 2023, at 11:26 AM Description: Cancelled alert Area: A wildfire alert is being cancelled for the Sweathouse area, in the M D of Greenview. June 11, 2023 UPDATED EVACUATION DOWNGRADE TO ALERT The Grizzly Complex wildfire (SWF095) is burning southeast of Sweathouse. Everyone in TWP 69-19-W5 and TWP 68-19-W5 (South of TWP RD 700, West of RR 190, North of TWP RD 680, East of RR 200) is allowed to return home. Please [...]

UPDATED ADVISORY – Alberta Emergency Alert. Sweathouse Area Evacuation Order Downgrade to Alert

June 11th, 2023|Homepage News, Uncategorized, News & Announcements, Emergency Evacuations|

UPDATED EVACUATION DOWNGRADE TO ALERT The Grizzly Complex wildfire (SWF095) is burning southeast of Sweathouse. Everyone in TWP 69-19-W5 and TWP 68-19-W5 (South of TWP RD 700, West of RR 190, North of TWP RD 680, East of RR 200) is allowed to return home. Please be prepared to evacuate within 1 hour. From: Alberta Emergency Management Agency Issued: June 11, 2023 at 4:00 PM Ends: 23 hours, 51 minutes Area: UPDATE Evacuation Downgrade to Alert issued for the following area: [...]

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Emergency News

UPDATE: May 29, 2023 Residents of Sandy Bay – Access Granted and no permits required.

May 27th, 2023|News & Announcements, Public Notices, Emergency News, Homepage News|

Greenview is allowing controlled access to residents of Sandy Bay. May 29. 2023 Update: No permits for access will be required. As of 1:00 pm on May 27, 2023, Greenview will allow controlled access to residents of Sandy Bay looking to get to their residences. Property owners will not be required to complete an access permit for entry and exit into and out of the community. Still, Greenview reminds everyone to maintain safety awareness when navigating in and around [...]

Attention Valleyview & Rural Area Residents Returning Home!

May 27th, 2023|News & Announcements, Public Notices, Emergency News, Homepage News|

🌲🔥 Attention Residents in the Valleyview & Rural Area Returning Home! 🔥🌲   Our area has faced significant challenges with wildfires, and we want to ensure everyone's safety. If you see NEW smoke in fire-damaged areas, you can let us know.   Please, this is ONLY for NON-EMERGENCY situations. If you see NEW smoke in areas previously burned, call this number: 📞 780-552-3519.   Let's stay vigilant and keep our community safe together. Remember, we're stronger as a team, [...]

Did You Know? Greenview Alerts for Residents

May 26th, 2023|Homepage News, Uncategorized, News & Announcements, Public Notices, Emergency News|

Greenview utilizes the Alberta Emergency Alerts system to notify the public if/where a disaster or emergency is occurring. Communities (Greenview) may request the assistance of the Alberta Emergency Management Agency (AEMA) to issue these alerts using their province-wide alerting system to ensure emergency information reaches as many residents as possible. In some situations, Greenview may issue its own alerts, which, while still important, are less serious than those issued by AEMA. One example is when a wildfire has been [...]

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