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9-1-1 Protocol

                9-1-1 Protocol

In an effort to streamline the process of obtaining a 9-1-1 number within the Township of Stirling-Rawdon, the following procedures should be followed.

To obtain a 9-1-1 number for your property that has a building on it and/or new house being built, please complete the attached Schedule “A” and return to the Municipal Office with appropriate fees.

9-1-1 numbers can be obtained for any property that has buildings and/or house on it as long as it is being used, however that entrance should be up to residential standards and an Entrance Application must be completed and appropriate fees paid in accordance with the Entrance Application Policy.

In 2017 the Emily Farm 9-1-1 was launched in effort to assign 9-1-1 numbers to vacant farmland, these properties must complete the attached Hastings Quinte   9-1-1 Emily Project Farm 911 Application and return to the Municipal Office with appropriate fees.

Under the Emily Farm 9-1-1 program you will be allowed up to a maximum of 3 entrances per 100 acres and these entrances must be able to accommodate Emergency vehicles entry and exit with no issue. The first entrance is free, each additional up to 3 is $100.00.

To obtain a replacement 9-1-1 sign complete the prescribe application (i.e either Schedule A of B).

All entrances must be approved by the Public Works Manager and at the time of approval the Public Works Manager will measure the property for the 9-1-1 number and complete Schedule “C” and return to the Municipal Office for the staff or order the said sign.

All 9-1-1 protocol shall be consistent with the County 9-1-1.

9-1-1 Application

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