Resources, information and links to services that help to keep you, your home and your family safe.
Information on Ambulance Service in Stewart
Information regarding the Health Centre's medical services
Information on floods, tsunamis and earthquakes.
The primary mission is to protect the lives and property of the citizens of Stewart from the adverse effects of fires, sudden medical emergencies or exposures to dangerous conditions created by man or nature.
In November 2014, the District of Stewart contracted Northwest Hydraulics Consultants Ltd. to complete a Flood and High Groundwater Mitigation plan for our community. When completed, the results of this study will be made available to the public via Council Meetings and at the District office. Preliminary reports have now been received and can be viewed in person at the District office.
Property owners and residents are responsible for cleaning, maintaining and repairing their waste water plumbing and building sewers up to the property line.
During the snow and ice conditions the District of Stewart works extra hard to maintain a safe town for residents and visitors.
Stewart is one of the snowiest towns in Canada. Over a typical winter, on average 572 cm (18.75 feet) of snow lands in Stewart.
Street sweeping commences in May weather permitting.
This page is dedicated to the Water Conservation Initiatives of the District of Stewart