Civic Emergency & Weather Resources
Mono residents have access to a number of resources to help them prepare for and deal with various emergencies including severe weather.
Be it winter driving conditions, storms or other events that affect services or utilities, there are many resources you can turn to for information.
Emergency Preparedness/Civic Emergency
Dufferin County Emergency Services
Emergency Management Ontario
Information by Emergency Management Ontario (EMO) to inform and assist Ontarians when affected by emergencies; including their Facebookpage, a Twitter feed & guides on how to prepare your family and what to do if disaster strikes.
You should be prepared to take care of yourself and your family for a minimum of 72 hours. This Government of Canada website offers guides and resources to assist you to Get Prepared.
Dufferin Road Closures
Dufferin County maintains an up to date list of road closures, winter road conditions and lane restrictions for all county roads within the county.
Traveller's Road Information Portal
The MTO's Traveller's Road Information Portal (TRIP) details unscheduled road closures and events for provincial highways.
- » Interactive map
- » Road Closures
- » Twitter @511Ontario
- » Phone : 511
Environment Canada's weather web siteprovides official weather warnings, current conditions & forecasts.
The Weather Network
The Weather Network have a team of more than 40 meteorologists that update its forecasts more often than any other media source in Canada.
Hydro One Storm Centre
Hydro One provides detailed outage information online and in the palm of your hand with their Storm Centre Outage Maps and Hydro One Mobile application.
Bell Canada Service Status
Check the Bell Internet service status to see if there's an outage in your area.
For Bell land line problems call:
- » 6-1-1 from a Bell landline
- » *611 from a Bell mobile phone
- » 310-BELL (2355) from any phone (area code not required)
Fire Protection Zones
» Fire Area Map (opens in new tab/window)
Use the above link to open a map where you can search by street address to determine which Fire Area you live in.
Call the Town Office at (519) 941-3599 if you are unsure which fire department serves your property.
Properties in the Town of Mono are served by one of four fire departments.