Make a Plan
Knowing what to do, where you will go, and how to get in touch with family in an emergency is important.
Build a Kit
In an emergency, there are items your family will need, such as a flashlight, radio, and first aid kit.
Learn about the hazards in your community and pay attention to current weather and road conditions.
Violent incidents can happen anywhere and at any time, even in our own communities.
Getting kids involved early will help alleviate their fears and prepare them to act in an emergency.
Before disaster strikes, make sure your furry friends are part of your family emergency plan.
School districts are responsible for not only the education of their students, but also their safety.
Know Your 911
If you have an immediate need for police, fire or emergency medical services, then it’s time to dial 911.