We were disassembling some pallet boards and were listening to a CBC 92.5 talk show that was wondering if people were ready for a major earth quake so I decided to go get some answers.
From The goverment of BC
Emergency Response Assembly Station
& Contingency Plan
for UBID’s Water Source and Supply System
Union Bay Muster Station “A muster drill is a mandatory safety exercise with the objective to familiarize all guests and crew with the location (muster station) where they are to assemble in the unlikely event of an emergency.”
The Emergency Operations Centre for the Union Bay Improvement District is
the Union Bay fire hall at 5471 Island Highway.
The Union Bay Community Hall at 5401 Island Highway is designated as the
emergency shelter for Union Bay residents and four Emergency Social Services
containers are stored in the basement of the hall. Due to potential for the hall
to flood, it is recommended that another emergency shelter and container
storage location be considered, for example, the former elementary school
building which sits on higher ground and way from Washer Creek.
Bottled water is available at the Fire Hall, Community Hall and the operations
building on McLeod Road.
Sandbags are available during periods of potential flooding and are available
24 hours a day. The CVRD and EMCON require you to fill your own bags and
filled bags may not be available. Please come prepared to fill your own.
• EMCON 3190 Royston Road, Cumberland, BC, 250-336-8897
• Comox Valley Regional District Sports Centre (west side), 3001 Vanier
Drive, Courtenay – for information call CVRD main office: 250-334-6000
• Fanny Bay Fire Department, 7512A Cougar Smith Road, Fanny Bay 250-
• Central Builders 610 Anderton Ave, Courtenay, BC, 250-334-4416. 99
cents for poly sandbags and 1.09 for the burlap ones. Sand is available
in their yard at $8.00 per 30 shovel loads.
• City of Courtenay Phone for details and location: 250-334-4441
Emergency Response Plan has been updated August 31st, 2018 and revised
January 15th, 2019. Annual updates are recommended.
Are you ready