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ECSC Brochure – June 2022

Note: Please use the online survey response link from the form above.

Cooperative Survey

The CEN (Chesterfield, Eatonia, Newcombe) Fire Protection Association is in the early planning stages of building a new Fire Hall in Eatonia which will provide services to the residents within the community of Eatonia and the rural municipalities of Chesterfield and Newcombe.

The Eatonia & District Fire Brigade provides necessary services with the intent being to minimize loss of life and property in all aspects of Volunteer Emergency Response, including responding to home, building and grass fires, as well as emergency vehicular and critical incidents.

The Eatonia Community Services Cooperative (ECSC) has been approached by the CEN Fire Protection Association to consider financially supporting this Fire Hall project.

The purpose of this survey created by the ECSC is to determine financial support of this project by the residents living within CEN.

The survey can be completed online using the link below or printed and dropped off at the Town of Eatonia office or the offices ofthe RM of Chesterfield and the RM of Newcombe.

Your participation in this survey is greatly appreciated.

On-Line Survey Pledge Form – Fire Hall – June 2022

The municipalities of Chesterfield, Newcombe, and Eatonia have launched a new communication system that will provide them with the ability to communicate with all residents/registrants on multiple platforms such as text, email, mobile phones, social media and landline phones. The new service called NECC (Newcombe, Eatonia, Chesterfield Connect) provides municipal staff with the ability to send out information to people on their chosen communication service.Connect uses Canadian technology “ConnectBy AllNet”. The software is integrated with the Alert Ready system that was recently developed in partnership with the federal and provincial governments to send out automated emergency alert notifications to all registrants.

Ways to register:

  1.  Selfregistration by using the following:
  2. Stop by one of the municipal offices to pick up a form.