There are many ways you can obtain information during an emergency or disaster. You can monitor local media through a television set or radio, you can check for alerts through social media and you can monitor the situation on various websites.


While Alert Ready is a Federally and Provincially led initiative, we at the Town/County of St. Paul, Town of Elk Point and Summer Village of Horseshoe Bay are here to notify you of any incidents which hit closer to home. Those could include notifications for severe weather, highway interruptions or essential services down. However, please note that the Wireless Public Alert (WPA) will take precedence over notifications you will receive from the town, as required by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunicatios Commision (CRTC) For more information, go to

You can subscribe by going on-line to

People can also stop in at their Municipal Office and asked to be signed up. “If you don’t sign-up, you won’t receive the Notifications or Alerts. There is no cost to the individual, so why wouldn’t you sign-up”. ** Message and Data Rates may apply **

For any further questions please call Regional Emergency Management at 780-645-1768.


Alberta Emergency Alerts are issued to warn people about potential risks to their health and safety. By signing up to receive this information directly, you will be better informed and better prepared. You can follow Alberta Emergency Alert on Twitter @AB_EmergAlert, download their app for iPhone or Android devices by following this link and signing up or visit their website for more information.


Weather - Surf Environment Canada’s website for weather alerts in Alberta
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