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Curfew Information

The City of Ontario is announcing that a curfew will be in place for the city starting tonight, Monday, June 1, 2020 at 6 pm until tomorrow morning, Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at 6 am. This curfew is a precautionary measure to protect the safety of its residents while protecting the rights of peaceful assembly and protest during daytime hours. The curfew does not apply to emergency personnel, people seeking or providing medical care, persons experiencing homelessness, or anyone travelling to or from work or religious meetings. We ask that unless these apply to you, please ensure businesses are closed in time and to remain in your home after 6 pm. 

COVID-19 Information

For more information about the City of Ontario's response to COVID-19, please see:

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What is ReadyOntario?

ReadyOntario is your one-stop shop for emergency preparedness. You will learn about what to do in an emergency, easy ways to get connected, and helpful guides to get you prepared. We encourage you to share ReadyOntario with others and help your friends and family get prepared.


Connecting now conquers catastrophe later.

Real disasters don't look like movies. They look more like people coming together than falling apart. Ready Ontario is about moving Ontario residents to connect before the emergency - so we can be ready for when something does occur.

Be a Partner in Preparedness.


Through the Partners in Preparedness program, the Ontario Office of Emergency Management supports all organizations in preparing their employees, volunteers, services, and facilities for emergencies. By joining Partners in Preparedness, your organization shows its commitment to the safety and well-being of its staff, volunteers, customers, and community.


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Hazard and Mitigation Plan

The Federal Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 (DMA 2000) requires a community to have an approved hazard mitigation plan in order to be eligible to apply for and receive FEMA hazard mitigation funds. Receipt of FEMA funding is critical to implementing identified hazard mitigation projects and programs.

The purpose of mitigation planning is to identify policies and to take actions that can be implemented over the long term to reduce risk and future losses when an emergency or disaster occurs. Mitigation plans form the foundation for a community's long-term strategy to reduce disaster losses and break the cycle of disaster damage, reconstruction, and repeated damage.

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