We want you to know the safety of our communities remains
our top priority. LMCH is continuously working to ensure our communities are a safe place for tenants to call home. Everybody has the right to live in a safe community. The safest buildings are where people know their neighbours, participate in social activities and work together for the good of the community.
Who do I call for emergencies?
For life threatening emergencies
Always Call 911
Any incident involving illegal activities should be reported to the police.
Safety in your community
Contact the Community Safety Unit:
communitysafetyunit [at] lmch.ca
To share information that can help Police solve a crime, contact Crime Stoppers at
1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or text CRIMES (274637) keyword "tip252"
To keep you and your community safe:
- Do not prop entrances and doors open in apartment buildings. This puts everyone in the building at risk.
- Keep all hallways clear. It is a fire hazard if you do not. Keeping hallways clear helps to prevent trips and falls.
- For apartment living, look into elevators before getting on. If there is someone already in the elevator who makes you uncomfortable, wait for the next one.
- Keep all doors and windows locked when not in use.
- For apartment living, be sure to only buzz people in who you know.
- Do not let salespeople or others you don't know into the building or into your home. *LMCH will always notify you of any authorized person who will be visiting your home.
- Do not give copies of your unit key or entry fob to anyone who does not live with you.
- If you lose your keys or fob, let LMCH know right away.
- Do not leave children home alone unattended.
Let LMCH know if:
- If you see light bulbs that are burnt out around your home/apartment building.
- If there are areas that require snow and ice removal.
- If you see trees, shrubs, and hedges that need pruning