The Farm 911 Emily Project is a program that assigns civic addresses to existing access points on vacant agricultural and rural lands. Individuals applying for a 911 sign for these properties will receive a yellow Farm 911 sign for easy identification by emergency services.

The Emily Project came about following a farm accident in Hastings, Ontario, in which a young girl named Emily Trudeau died when emergency services vehicles responding to the call had difficulty locating the site of the accident as there was no civic address assigned to the field entrance.

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Download the application form here.