The French version of our Website site should be consulted for documentation on the Financial Assistance Program. You can contact us for information by phone.

We invite you first  to take note of the new Regulation respecting warning and mobilization procedures and minimum rescue services required for the protection of persons and property in the event of a disaster, which will come into force on November 9, 2019.

In order to benefit from the Agency’s financial assistance program, the Municipal Self-Diagnostic Tool of the Department of Public Security must be completed beforehand on general disaster preparedness. This document must not be sent to the Agency once completed. Il you need help to complete it, please contact your Regional Office of Public Security and Fire Safety (Ministry of Public Safety).

The Financial Support Program (descriptive guide)

In order to know all the elements of the program, consult the Guide titled Financial Assistance Program for Municipalities – Support for Disaster Preparedness Actions (in French)  including measures to comply with the Regulation on Alert and Mobilization Procedures and the means available minimum relief to protect the safety of persons and property in the event of a disaster.

Eligible municipalities

The program is intended for local municipalities outside urban agglomerations, related municipalities in agglomerations, and MRCs with an unorganized territory (UT), regardless of the number of sectors within it, for which they act as a local municipality for actions in respect of this UT (including the Kativik Regional Government in respect of its UT), the Eeyou Istchee James Bay Regional Government, the Cree villages and the Naskapi Village, and to the northern villages of the Kativik Regional Government.

Application forms for financial support

Closed – Part 1 deadline for receipt: January 15, 2019

Closed – Part 2 deadline for receipt: March 31, 2019

Resolution templates to approve the application for financial assistance

Municipal Council Resolution Closed , Part 1 of the Program

Municipal Council Resolution Closed, Part 2 of the Program

For information

– About the content of the financial assistance program:

Agence municipale 9-1-1 du Québec (Québec 9-1-1 Municipal Agency)
300 – 2954 Laurier Boulevard, Québec City, Québec G1V 4T2
Phone: 418 653-3911, ext. 221 or toll free, 1-888-653-3911

– About the new Regulation or the tools and documents for municipalities provided by the Ministère de la Sécurité publique du Québec (Civil Security of Québec):

Contact your Regional Office of Civil Security and Fire Safety . Some of their documents can be obtained in English from them upon request.