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Emergency Phone Numbers
Fire Department (709) 456-3345
RCMP (709) 456-2500
Ambulance (709) 456-3344
Hydro (709) 456-2600
Dept. of Highways (709) 456-2436
Poison Control (709) 722-1110


Christmas/New Year's Landfill Site Schedule 2017-18

All landfill sites will close at 12:00 PM on Saturday, Dec. 23 and reopen on Wednesday, Dec. 27 at 8 AM.

All landfill sites will close at 12:00 PM on Saturday, Dec. 30 and reopen on Tuesday, Jan. 2 at 8 AM.

Updated: Friday, December 15, 2017   2:32 pm



Standing Offers Subregions 2 & 4

Norpen has Standing Offers in place for snow clearing and/or supply and spreading of sand and/or salt for Subregion 2 landfill site (Roddickton) and Subregion 4 landfill site (Hawke's Bay). Interested parties can contact Norpen Office at 454-3110 .... [Read more]

Updated: Friday, December 1, 2017   11:53 am



WINTER WASTE COLLECTION

Winter is right around the corner and with that comes snow!  It is understood that waste bins will have to be moved back to allow for snow clearing within communities.  However, please keep in mind that waste collection is .... [Read more]

Updated: Thursday, November 30, 2017   1:47 pm



Winners of Third Draw for Roll-Out Bins

Winners of Third Draw for Roll-Out Bins

Subregion 1: Joan Adams

Subregion 2:Town of Conche

Subregion 3: Lillian Moores

Subregion 4: Town of Port Saunders

Updated: Tuesday, September 12, 2017   2:36 pm


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Fire Services - Fire Prevention

Sparky - The Fire Dog
Fire Prevention Education is one of the most rewarding programs you could participate in, whether you are a child, parent, teacher or firefighter.

Knowing what to do, attending these programs could save your life or the life of someone near and dear.

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) estimates that approximately 80 percent of all fire deaths in the United States and Canada occur in the home. Roughly 11 people per day, die in home fires in the U.S and Canada.

Many lives can be saved if people react immediately when a fire alarm sounds. Once a fire starts, there's no time to develop a plan. The NFPA urges everyone to "Know When to Go".

The best protection against fire is preventing one from occurring at all. By educating yourself and your family, plus taking the steps to properly equip your home, the chances of ever having to personally deal with a fire become less.

Click links below to read more about Fire Prevention.

Fire Prevention Canada
National Fire Protection Association
Sparky The Fire Dog
The Story of Sparky The Fire Dog

Related Documents

Fire Prevention - Christmas Time
christmas_fire_prevention.pdf
Updated: Dec 18, 2013 6:08 pm
Smoke Alarm Regulations
smoke_alarm_regulations.pdf
Updated: Dec 18, 2013 2:08 pm
Winter Safety Tips
winter_safety_tips.pdf
Updated: Dec 18, 2013 6:08 pm



NorPen | Northern Peninsula Regional Service Board
Telephone: (709) 454-3110
171-173 West Street | PO Box 130
St. Anthony, NL A0K 4S0
Email: darlene.nprsb@nf.aibn.com
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ensuring a healthy environment for the present and future"

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