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Help Emergency Services Personnel Help You When You Need Them

The Town of Gull Lake would like to remind residents to be sure house numbers properly placed on your house. When a serious emergency occurs at your home, and you need EMS, Fire or RCMP seconds matter. When Emergency Services Personnel are dispatched to an emergency, they are given the street and house number where the emergency is occurring. If your house numbers are not correctly placed or are missing it could result in an unnecessary delay in response to your emergency.

Help our Emergency Services Personel help you by making sure your house numbers are properly placed on your house. Your house numbers should be clearly visible from the street and not blocked by trees or bushes. The numbers should be either light numbers on a dark background or dark numbers on a light background. To be sure, your house numbers are easily visible go outside and cross the street and be certain you can see your numbers.

Mayor Campbell

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