Service de Police de Ville de Montréal (SPVM)
NEIGHBOURHOOR POLICE STATION (PDQ 1)
Baie-D’Urfé, Beaconsfield, Kirkland, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Senneville
2883, boul. Saint-Charles
[near boul. Hymus]
Kirkland (QC) H9H 3B5
Telephone : 514 280-0101
Fax : 514 280-0601
>> PDQ 1 website
Service de sécurité incendie de Montréal (SIM)
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue (QC) H9X 3W1
Phone: 514 280-7851
>> SIM website
For a safe and secure living environment and to help protect your rights and privacy, the Neighbourhood Police Station 1 and the Service de sécurité incendie de Montréal (SIM) have issued safety and prevention tips which you will find below.
The « Service d’avis à la communauté » (SAC) is a new service for emergency messaging to all citizens of the agglomeration of the City of Montreal. It aims to send phone messages during emergency situations by targeting geographical areas. This service uses a database of 9-1-1 calls that contains land based telephone lines of most homes and businesses on the territory.
Citizens are invited to add their mobile or their home phone numbers to their contact information in order to receive alert messages. Register now
The "visible addresses" project is an initiative of the Public Safety department in order to raise awareness among all property owners on our territory. On several occasions, emergency first responders found that emergency response was delayed because the building was not properly identified.
In order to facilitate the emergency response, note that the municipal by-law requires that your civic number be installed on the façade of your property and the numbers must be large enough (larger than 9 cm, but smaller than 20 cm) to be visible from the street.
Remember that this is a key element for your safety. The fact that your address is visible could simply save your life.
For more information, please contact the Public Safety department at 514 457-5199.
The City will attempt to provide as much information as possible during an emergency. News releases will be posted on this page, in the municipal buildings, communicated to medias, throught our newsletters (make sure you are registering for at least one newsletter category) and via the phone service CODE RED (make sure to register).
Information could even be delivered to all homes if needed. If you are leaving home, make sure that a neighbour or the municipality knows how to reach you.
Police, fire, ambulance: 911
Municipal Patrol: 514 457-1001
City Hall: 514 457-5500
Public Works: 514 457-6844
C.L.S.C. Lakeshore: 514 697-4110
Bell Canada: 611
Hydro Quebec: 1-800-790-2424
SSABR is a team of volunteers available at any time to respond to emergencies and other community needs. Members are trained to provide First-Aid, Search and Rescue, and Disaster Relief services. Our team also provides and coordinates safety training courses available to the public and conducts training and activities with local volunteer rescue groups from neighbouring communities and other emergency and public safety groups serving our community.
We are looking for more volunteers to join our team! If you would like to help your community, receive some great training and work with a friendly and dedicated team, please contact Alex Sandor Csank at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 514-771-9513.