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Community Safety and Support

North Battleford is a unique and diverse city. As a Welcoming and Inclusive Community, the City encourages community inclusion, diversity, and relationship building between neighbours to improve the quality of life and overall safety for all residents.

Animal services

Pets are part of your family, and we want them to be safe and enjoy life in our city.

Community Development Financial Assistance

The City of North Battleford has historically provided grant funding to local not-for-profit organizations. Funding to-date has been granted based on supporting essential social services within city limits.

Community services

Connect with the services you need.

Get involved

Are you looking for ways to improve the safety of your property or neighbourhood? Find out how you can get involved.

Protective and Emergency Services

Emergencies can happen at any time to anyone. Know the local services available to assist at a time of need.

Become an empowered bystander – if you see suspicious activity in your neighbourhood, contact 310-RCMP to provide an anonymous report to RCMP. Let’s look out for one another.

If you find a needle or pipe

If you're comfortable disposing of a needle yourself, follow these steps:

  • Find a glass jar or other container that the needle can't poke through.
  • Wearing rubber or puncture-proof gloves, pick up the needle by the end that is not pointed. Keep the pointy end away from you.
  • Don't put the cap back on. That is one way to risk getting injured.
  • Put the needle, and the needle cap, if you have it, it in the container.
  • Wash your hands with soap and water.
  • Store the container with needle(s) in a safe space, away from children.
  • Take the container to a needle drop box, to Battle River Treaty 6 Health or Sexual Health Harm Reduction Offices, or call City Hall to arrange for assistance if you are unable to pick them up yourself.


If you poke yourself with a used or discarded needle:

  • Gently squeeze the wound to encourage it to bleed.
  • Immediately wash the wound and surrounding area with soap & water.
  • Immediately go to the Hospital's Emergency Department.

If you have accessibility or mobility challenges and cannot pick up needles, or if you locate more than 10 needles in one place, please call City Hall at 306-445-1700 to request assistance from the CSOs or the Fire Department.

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