If you have an emergency please dial 911.
For all other communication to the Sussex Fire Department please contact us though the information provided below or fill out the contact form to the right.
The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure is currently reporting 84 road closures. A list of the latest road closures is available online: bit.ly/2W9YvRQ Le ministère des Transports et de l’Infrastructure signale que 84 routes sont présentement fermées. La liste des routes fermées la plus récente est disponible en ligne : bit.ly/2UJa2uC
There will be increased traffic present in our region. Be alert as you travel.Due to rising water levels, Route 2 (Trans Canada Highway) will be closed to through traffic at 7 p.m. tonight, April 24, 2019. Closure will be from exit 306 (Oromocto) to Exit 423 (River Glade). Detours will be marked.
Be Prepared – the “72 Hours Preparedness Kit”Here’s a list of essentials for your flood kitEMO’s Geoffrey Downey lists what a 72-hour flood kit should contain and why.
Although waterways in the upper Kennebecasis watershed at this time are not at flood stage we are closely monitoring conditions knowing that our area can also be affected by the conditions of both the lower St.John River system and the tidal waters of the Bay of Fundy. Be diligent and be prepared by ensuring now…
Emergency Ready in CanadaMinister Goodale and Minister Sajjan, have accepted New Brunswick Public Safety Minister Carl Urquhart’s request for federal assistance to help citizens facing flooding. The Government Operations Centre has dedicated staff working to coordinate the federal response to the situation in New Brunswick. Officials are working closely with federal and New Brunswick partners.…
New Brunswickers are reminded to be mindful of holiday hours this weekend at local stores when preparing their 72-hour emergency kit #RiverWatch
Flooding can’t be predicted fully. Being prepared can be.People living near rivers and waterways are advised to remain on alert over the coming days as water levels will be near or above flood stage in many regions. Residents can report any issues related to increased water levels or flooding at any time by calling 1-800-561-4034.…
Drivers must follow closure notices and are not permitted to move or drive around barricades. Ignoring or moving these barricades is an offence and offenders will be charged. Drivers are also asked to obey changes to speed limits. A list of the latest road closures is available online: http://bit.ly/2DnQTnw
New Brunswickers at risk of flooding are reminded to have an emergency preparedness kit ready and be self-sustaining for at least 72-hours. Visit http:// http://bit.ly/2UMrdLW for updated information.