Farm 911 Signs

If you own vacant agricultural land, you are encouraged to have the entrances evaluated for a civic address and 911 sign so first responders can easily locate and access the property in case of an emergency.

Applying for a civic address and 911 sign

Each municipality in Northumberland has its own requirements for a property entrance to qualify for a civic address, and its own fee structure for assessment and signage installation. To apply for an address and sign, please contact your municipality using the contact information below.

The municipality will assess the safety and suitability of the property entrance. If the entrance meets the requirements, they will work with you to install a 911 sign.

Subsidized signs

Northumberland County will subsidize $25 of every sign fee for the first 280 signs ordered across the County.

Contact

Township of Alnwick Haldimand
Public Works and Fire Department
905-349-2700

Municipality of Brighton
Manager of Public Works and Environment
613-475-1162

Town of Cobourg
Public Works Department
905-372-9971

Township of Cramahe
Manager of Operations
905-355-2846 ext. 121

Township of Hamilton
Chief Building Official
905-342-2810 ext. 125

Municipality of Port Hope
Building Department
905-885-2431

Municipality of Trent Hills
Building Department
705-653-1900 ext. 238

Learn more about the importance of Farm 911 signs from the Farm 911 – The Emily Project.