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Surrey Emergency Program

The Surrey Emergency Program (SEP) works to make sure our city is as prepared as possible for emergencies such as earthquakes, floods, severe storms and major fires. This public safety program is managed by the Surrey Fire Service and operates under Surrey's Emergency Bylaw.

Learn how to create emergency plans, and how to get involved in emergency preparedness efforts by joining organizations like the Emergency Social Services Program, Surrey Search & Rescue or the SEP Amateur Radio Society.

Contact the Surrey Emergency Program at

Create an Emergency Plan

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Personal Emergency Preparedness

Make sure you and your family are prepared for a disaster for at least 72 hours.

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Business Emergency Preparedness

Make sure your business is prepared for a variety of emergencies.

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Neighbourhood Emergency Preparedness

Help prepare your neighbourhood to be self-sufficient in the event of a disaster.

Preparing for Emergency Events

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Urban Wildfire Preparedness

Help keep your home and family safe from urban wildfires with these tips.

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Earthquake Preparedness

Learn how to prepare for and what to do during an earthquake.

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Flood Preparedness

Learn how to prepare for and what to do during a flood.

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Storm Preparedness

Be aware of how you can stay safe during a storm.


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