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 13, 2023 – 2:30 PM

July 13th, 2023|Uncategorized, News & Announcements, Homepage News, Emergency Operations Centre Updates|

Current wildfire status (Sunset House Area) update from Greenview Emergency Operations Centre July 13, 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 [...]

Emergency Operations Centre Update Sunset House Area – July 12, 2023 – 11:00 AM

July 12th, 2023|Uncategorized, News & Announcements, Homepage News, Emergency Operations Centre Updates|

Current wildfire status (Sunset House Area) update from Greenview Emergency Operations Centre July 12, 2023 – 11:00 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 [...]

Greenview Emergency Operations Centre Wildfire Update – June 29, 2023

June 29th, 2023|Homepage News, Emergency Operations Centre Updates, Uncategorized, News & Announcements|

Today, we are happy to report that all wildfires within Greenview are classified as Being Held, Under Control, or Extinguished. Given the current wildfire status, Greenview will continue to provide updates as necessary should there be any change to the status of any fires within Greenview. Throughout the 2023 wildfire situation, Greenview strived to provide a timely, high-level summary of active wildfires within Greenview and posted updates to evacuation orders and alerts as available and provided by Alberta Forestry [...]

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Highway 43 Reopening | 4 PM | May 21, 2023- Between Valleyview and Fox Creek

May 21st, 2023|Uncategorized, News & Announcements, Emergency News|

Alberta Transportation Update: Highway 43 North and South bound will be opening at 4:00 pm with a speed reduction to 80 km/hr between Valleyview and Fox Creek. Active Wildfire crews and Utility repair crews will be working along the highway. Please slow to 60 km /hr when passing crews.   Please also use caution while travelling through this corridor, expect delays and use your headlights while in the area.   For up-to-date highway information, please visit 511 Alberta [...]

BEWARE of Wild Fire Damaged Trees still standing

May 21st, 2023|Homepage News, News & Announcements, Public Notices, Emergency News|

BEWARE of Fire-Damaged Trees Still Standing! Please be aware of the dangers in areas where trees are still standing, both during and after wildfire activity. Root system damage causes trees still upright to be VERY unstable. Even a light wind can cause fire-damaged trees to fall. Keep in mind that even seemingly stable trees might have suffered extensive root damage, making them susceptible to toppling. Here's what you need to know: Safety First: Approach with caution! Charred and weakened [...]

Highway 43 Closure – PLEASE FOLLOW SIGNS AND DON’T USE GOOGLE MAPS!

May 20th, 2023|Emergency News, Homepage News, Uncategorized, News & Announcements|

Please do not use Google Maps to find alternate routes around Fox Creek, AB and Little Smoky, AB, on Highway 43 due to active wildfires in the area that impact both sides of this corridor. Google may take you in a dangerous direction! Alberta Transportation and 511 Alberta are still reporting that Highway 43 remains closed in both directions, with detours set up for southbound and northbound motorists. Please use caution while travelling in the area, follow all posted signage, [...]

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