Report an Emergency

Call 9-1-1 if there is immediate danger to human health or property & you need Police, Fire or Paramedic services.


Dealing with Emergencies



How to Prepare


Where else can I receive alerts?

 
General Information
When to Report an Emergency

Reporting Emergencies

During an emergency that requires immediate help from police, firefighters, or medical technicians: dial 9-1-1.


Reporting Non-Emergencies

A non-emergency is a situation that does not require immediate action.  Examples could include: property damage that does not pose immediate danger, a crime that has been committed and the offender has left the scene. If you want to report a crime or incident that is a non-emergency, use the following numbers:

Peel Regional Police: (905) 453-3311
Mississauga Fire: (905) 456-5750


Emergency Inquiries

Region of Peel, Peel Public Health
www.peelregion.ca/health 
905-799-7700

Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC)
www.ibc.ca 
Consumer Information: 416-362-9528
Toll-free: 1-800-387-2880

Power Outages
http://www.enersource.com
905-273-9050

Enbridge Gas
https://www.enbridgegas.com
To inquire about natural gas utility emergencies, call Enbridge Gas if the following conditions exist:

  • Smell of natural gas
  • Fire that involves natural gas
  • A broken gas pipe or meter
  • Overheating of natural gas equipment

 1-866-763-5427
(1-866-SMELGAS)

Mississauga 3-1-1  
www.mississauga.ca/311
Mississauga's Customer Contact Centre is open Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. After hours, emergency dispatch service is available on weekends and overnight from Monday to Friday. If you are outside city limits, call 905-615-4311. 
 

 






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