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Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Now that cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Nova Scotia, the Annapolis Royal Fire Department has closed the Fire Hall to all fundraising and recreational events for least the next 2 weeks. After this time, the situation will be evaluated again to determine if a further extension is required. This will have NO affect on the EMERGENCY SERVICES we provide to the communities we serve.
We feel this is our safest way to ensure COVID-19 is not spread in our communities.
Andrew Cranton, Fire Chief
Annapolis Royal Volunteer Fire Department
DUE TO COVID-19, CHASE THE ACE WILL BE SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
46 CARDS WILL REMAIN IN THE DECK FOR THE FIRST DRAW UPON RETURN!
GRAND JACKPOT FOR THAT DRAW WILL
START AT AN ESTIMATED
UNTIL THEN PLEASE PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICER AND THE GOVERNMENT OF NOVA SCOTIA.
PLEASE STAY SAFE!
January 19, 2022 4:17 PM
When Environment Canada forecast major weather events or other emergencies occur that may affect the general public served by the Annapolis Royal Volunteer Fire Department, the "Emergency Information Centre" will open. As events happen, the Fire Chief will activate resources, i.e. use of the fire hall for warming purposes. Information will appear below with instructions with most current information appearing at the top associated by date and time received.
NOW THAT HURRICANE DORIAN HAS PASSED, OFFICERS AND MEMBERS REMIND YOU TO CHECK AND CLEAN YOUR PIPES AND CHIMNEYS FOR ALL WOOD BURNING APPLIANCES FOR THE UPCOMING FALL AND WINTER BURNING AND HEATING SEASON.
ALWAYS BE READY AND PREPARED
Emergency Nova Scotia Updates
Not sure who to contact? Call (902) 532.5833. The attendant will direct you.
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