The first 72 hours are the most crucial after any emergency or disaster. Is your home ready? Use this guide to be sure you're prepared.

Lions Bay Fire Rescue
Lions Bay Fire Rescue is a small department of 24 firefighters who protect the Village of Lions Bay and the Sea to Sky corridor from West Vancouver to Furry Creek. We are heavily focused on training and as such practice live fire, auto extrication, first responder, rope rescue, and wild-land firefighting.
Fire Chief: Andrew Oliver

If you are experiencing a police emergency, dial 9-1-1
The Village of Lions Bay is serviced by the Squamish RCMP Detachment.  Visit the RCMPs website at  http://www.rcmp.gc.ca/detach/en/d/254.  For the Squamish RCMP Detachment's non-emergency line, call (604) 892-6100 or view the RCMP info on their website.

Lions Bay Search & Rescue
Lions Bay Search and Rescue Society operates under the umbrella of the Provincial Emergency Program (PEP). Our team provides wilderness and urban search and rescue services, primarily in the area from Horseshoe Bay to Porteau Cove. Lions Bay Search and Rescue also assists search and rescue teams in nearby regions as well as participating in disaster relief efforts across the province. 
Team Leader: Brent Calkin
Emergency Management BC (EMBC)

Lions Bay Emergency Social Services (ESS)
Lions Bay ESS volunteers are trained to respond to assist those needing emergency food, clothing, shelter, etc. 
ESS Director: Vacant
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HealthLink BC
HealthLink BC is a non-emergency health information service which provides residents of British Columbia with 24/7 access to medically-approved information and advice. HealthLinkBC's Organization’s goal is to enable residents to better manage their health and the health of their families.
HealthLinkBC.ca is an interactive website with medically-approved information for more than 4000 health topics and over the counter and prescriptions drugs, as well as interactive search mapping functionality that provides the most comprehensive list of healthcare resources in BC. By simply dialing 8-1-1 from anywhere in BC, residents can speak with a registered nurse, pharmacist or dietitian about their non-emergency health questions and concerns, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

BC Ambulance Services
Ambulance services are provided by BC Ambulance Service located at the Emergency Building, 410 Centre Road, Lions Bay. 
Unit Chief: Sherman Hellier

Block Watch
Block Watch is a program where neighbours watch out for neighbours by discouraging and preventing crime at the local level. The ultimate success of Block Watch depends largely on a commitment to cooperate between area residents, the RCMP — and more importantly, between residents themselves. It also helps to promote community awareness and community pride.  Block Watch encourages active participation in crime prevention.  Captains and co-captains are needed for each of the 42 "Blocks" in Lions Bay.
To get involved or find out more, please contact Lions Bay Block Watch Coordinator Ruth Simons ruthsimonslb@gmail.com or call 604 921-6564. Creating Safer Neighbourhoods one block at a time. 

Tsunami Probability and Magnitude Study (2005)

PO Box 141 - 400 Centre Road - Lions Bay - British Columbia - V0N 2E0 - CANADA - P: 604 921 9333 - F: 604 921 6643