The safety committee’s mandate is to assist the residents of Navan with any concerns or questions they may have as it relates to public safety. It also acts as a liaison between our village and the Ottawa Police Service and/or City of Ottawa By-Law Services.
Furthermore, the safety committee is able to communicate residents’ requests and concerns directly to city counsel and has built an excellent relationship over the years with our local city counsellor, Stephen Blais.
You can also find a monthly column in every Navan Nugget entitled “Community Safety Zone”, which provides general information and safety tips to village residents.
Your NCASC director is Robert Price. If you have any questions, concerns or comments for the safety committee please use the and contact form select Safety.
Safety Zone Publications
Welcome to December’s Community Safety Zone! Many families in Navan celebrate Christmas! A big part of the holiday tradition is obtaining and decorating a tree that we have on display in our homes. With all the seasonal cheer it is possible to overlook sound safety practices when it is time to set up and maintain our Christmas tree. Choosing
Welcome to November’s Community Safety Zone! The recent tornadoes that caused devastation in the western part of Ottawa and Gatineau caused many people to reflect on how prepared they and their family are in the event of an emergency or natural disaster. This month’s column provides some very basic tips. 1. Have a Plan Think about different scenarios that
Welcome to June’s Community Safety Zone! With summer just around the corner, this month’s column will focus on water safety at the pool. Several Navan residents have backyard pools to cool off during the warm summer weather. Following a few water safety rules, even in our own backyard pool, can greatly reduce the risk of