How to modify your fire pump status in your online profile
Once there’s a fire on your property, it’s too late to start figuring out who can help. Knowing who in your vicinity has a working fire pump can help you and your neighbours plan for a fire emergency before it happens.
The township does not respond to fires on water access properties. Our fire department is each other. Our local First Responders will rush to help, but they may be up to 20 minutes away. It’s our neighbours who can help quickly.
By declaring that you have a fire pump, you are not granting permission for anyone to use it. You’re simply letting your neighbours know, and with that information you can make plans to support each other.
Changing your fire pump status in two minutes
Login to your Member Profile on our website (brown Login button, above right). If you’ve paid your dues online then you already have a username and password for logging in.
If you’ve never logged into our website before, then go here for instructions on doing that for the first time (Step 1 only).
At your Profile page click “Update this Property” (see below).
Scroll to the bottom of the page to find the fire pump tick box (see below). Make your selection.
Click the “Save” button after making any changes.
To view an online listing of members with fire pumps, go back to your Profile page and click “Printable Phonebook.” Scan your neighbour’s names, or nearby island numbers, to figure out who owns a fire pump near you.
Any other database changes? Email, phone, etc?
If you also need to update any aspect of your Profile (email address, phone number, or anything else), click “Edit Profile”, make changes to any field, then scroll to the bottom and click “Update” (see below).