Kings County Regional Emergency Management Organization

Kings County Emergency Preparedness Survey

The Emergency Preparedness Survey (click link) is intended to support and direct future Kings REMO programming of Kings County emergency personnel, so that Kings REMO better understands the needs and level of preparedness of residents in Kings County.  

Your participation in this survey is completely voluntary and all of your responses are anonymous. 
The survey will take 20-30 minutes to complete. 

 Survey closing date is Friday, January 31, 2020.
If you complete this Kings REMO Emergency Preparedness Survey, you will automatically be entered into a draw to win a 2-person 72 Hour Emergency Kit. 
Any questions may be directed to the Kings County Regional Emergency Management Coordinator at REMO_KingsCounty@countyofkings.ca

The Kings County Regional Emergency Management Organization (Kings REMO) is responsible for providing a prompt and coordinated response to emergencies that occur within its jurisdiction.

The information on this website is provided to assist residents in understanding, planning for, and responding to a variety of risks and hazards in their homes, their community and in the province.

While weather events are the most commonly considered hazards in the Kings County area, man made technical hazards are also possible, and should be considered in plans for individual, family, and public safety.

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Kings REMO Emergency Email Notification System
Are you interested in receiving “Emergency Email Notifications” in advance of emergencies (Hurricanes, Blizzards, Flooding, Evacuation, etc.) that may impact Kings County and the surrounding area?

The Kings County Regional Emergency Management Coordinator (REMC) will send out an email to all those that are registered. To register, simply send an email to the following email address: REMO_KingsCounty@countyofkings.ca and request that your email address be added to the distribution list for future Emergency Email Notifications. Note that all emails are sent to subscribers as ‘bcc’ so that your email address will not be shared with other subscribers.