Rural Assist Program
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Air Quality Advisory
Air quality refers to the amount of pollutants or particles in the air we breathe. Air Quality Advisories are released when the amount of pollutants in the air can be irritating and/or damaging.
Emergency Preparedness can mean different things to different people. Generally, it is recommended that you and your family are prepared for 72 hours in case an emergency hits.
Large Hail Warning
In Canada, severe hail is considered to be nickel-sized or larger. Hailstorm-alley runs through south-central Alberta, and includes Calgary, Red Deer, Edmonton, and surrounding areas.
Severe Storm Warning
Severe Storm Warnings are released when large hail (2 cm or larger), strong winds (90 km/h or stronger), or heavy rain (50 mm rain/hour or more) have been detected or are highly possible.
In Alberta, Wildfire Season runs from March 31 - October 31 each year. Wildfires can be extremely dangerous and situations can quickly change. Prevention and preparedness are critical aspects of responding to a Wildfire Warning.
Rural Assist continues to accept new registrants
Please provide your name and contact information and a Town of Bruderheim staff member will be in touch to complete your registration.
Want to register a family member or friend? Rural Assist will require their direct consent, so please provide your contact information and a staff member will be in touch to discuss the best course of action.