Public Security and Health

In case of emergency, the Municipality will notify you with Telmatik!

System Registration:

Note that you are already registered with the automated calling system if:

Your home telephone number is listed in a telephone directory (white pages).

However, you are not registered for the automated calling system if:

  • You do not subscribe to residential telephony with Bell or Videotron services
  • You have a cell phone, but not a home phone
  • You have a confidential telephone number
  • You are a new resident of Arundel

To register, fill out the form below.

Registration Form

First Responders are designated persons specifically trained to respond to emergency situations as determined by the Municipality of Arundel’s Emergency Response Plan.

First responders are local residents who rotate on an availability schedule to ensure that there is always an officer available to attend an incident. The first responder is, in most cases, the first person to arrive at the scene. Their role is to accompany the victim until regional or sub-regional emergency services arrive.

Calls for service to first responders come from the ambulance dispatch center (911).

The goal of establishing a first responder service in our village and region was to significantly reduce the time required to provide primary care in an emergency.

Through rapid response, the first responder assesses the victim’s condition and stabilizes them to prevent any deterioration in their vital conditions while waiting for the ambulance or doctor to arrive.

The intervention of the first responder ends when the paramedic team is able to take over. However, there may be situations where the first responder is called upon to assist the paramedics.


In case of fire, you must call 9-1-1

As of December 21, 2021, the fire safety service formerly provided by the Régie incendie Nord Ouest Laurentides (RINOL) (currently being dissolved) has been replaced by the Service de sécurité incendie de Mont-Tremblant (SSIMT), under the terms of a fire department supply agreement with the municipality of the Township of Arundel as well as with certain surrounding municipalities.

The municipality of Arundel is co-owner of the fire safety equipment at the Montcalm fire station, which is also part of the fire department supply agreement with Mont-Tremblant.

Contact Information (being updated):

Mathieu Darmana, Director:    (email)

The municipality of Arundel is served by the Sûreté du Québec police force based in Mont-Tremblant, in accordance with an agreement between the Ministère de la Sécurité publique and the MRC des Laurentides concerning the provision of police services by the Sureté du Québec on the territory of the MRC des Laurentides

In case of emergency, call 911 or *4141 (for cell phones).

If you are the victim of a nuisance outside of municipal office hours, contact the Quebec Police Department, located in Mont-Tremblant, by dialing 911 or the number below. The police are able to enforce municipal regulations, particularly with respect to nuisances.

The point of service at Huberdeau Town Hall allows citizens of the western sector of the MRC des Laurentides (including Arundel) to meet with a police officer. Do not hesitate to use this point of service to avoid a trip to the regional office in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts  or the office in Mont-Tremblant.

Request from a citizen or municipal representative

E-mail address for transmitting a Request from a citizen:

In order to ensure the protection of people and property in the event of a disaster on its territory, the Municipality of Arundel has prepared an emergency preparedness plan in accordance with the model proposed by the Ministère de la Sécurité publique (MSP).

The objectives of this plan are :

  • To identify the potential hazards to which the municipality is exposed as well as the populations and assets most vulnerable to them on the territory
  • To put in place measures that will allow the municipality to react promptly to any type of disaster;
  • To provide for the use of additional resources during disasters by establishing agreements with other municipalities or organizations in order to increase the municipality’s response capacity
  • To provide for collaborative arrangements with various organizations that may be involved in disaster management.

The plan shall describe the measures planned by the municipality to

  • Sddress the various common needs that may be generated by disasters
  • Ensure optimal mobilization and deployment of resources
  • Enable the most rapid and effective response and recovery possible in these situations.

Means of alerting the population :

  • Automatic call system
  • Print media and local radio broadcaster (FM 104.9)
  • Vehicles with speakers
  • Social media

For more information on a current procedure, see:

  1. The Municipality of Arundel’s Website
  2. The Municipality of Arundel’s Facebook Page
  3. Other appropriate communication tools

How to prepare at home

  • An emergency kit for the home
  • A first aid kit for the car
  • An emergency kit for the house
  • A first aid kit for the car

Visit the site below for more information.