Many citizens wish to take an active role in being informed, particularly in the event of emergencies or health and safety alerts, such as boil water orders. The City of Saint John provides a number of ways in which citizens can be informed of the latest city news.
We encourage citizens to sign up for notification systems and follow their local news, particularly for emergency information.
| || Website: The City of Saint John website lists all city news
including traffic advisories, construction reports, as well as emergency
public notices. For example, if a boil water order is in effect, you
will see a notice on the homepage. |
| ||Email Notification: MySaintJohn is a program that sends all city
news to subscribers, including traffic advisories, construction
reports, parking bans, as well as emergency public notices. You must
register for this service.|
| || ||Emergency Alert: Sentinel is an Emergency Alert program that sends a telephone voicemail message to registered users in the event of a health and safety issue or an emergency. You must register for this free service. You may register online by clicking on the emergency alert icon or you may call the Saint John Fire Department (506) 658-2910. |
| ||Social Media: All city news, including emergency notices, are also automatically posted to our facebook and twitter pages. |
Like us on facebook at: cityofsaintjohnb
Follow us at: www.twitter.com/cityofsaintjohn
Our local newspapers, radio and television networks also have social
media sites providing citizens yet another way to be informed.
| || ||Traditional News Media: All city news, including emergency notices, are sent to all local media outlets (radio, television, newspaper). In the event of an emergency or during times when weather is a concern for city operations such as flooding or parking bans, we encourage citizens to stay tuned to local media. |