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Recommended Websites For Emergency Preparedness

Be Prepared

CAL FIRE Fire Safety Education
Find information that will help you make your home and your family more fire safe all year round.


CA Storm and Flood Information
Find information that will help you prepare for the possibility of flood and stay current on flood bulletins.


Pandemic Flu Information 
Find out about the possiblity of a flu pandemic and what you can do to protect your family.


OES Homeland Security Information
The Governor's Office of Emergency Services provides useful links concerning terrorism and being prepared.


OES, Emergency Preparedness Page
The Governor's Office of Emergency Services provides a checklist to help you go it alone for three days.


Terrorism - Preparing for the Unexpected (American Red Cross) The American Red Cross outlines steps to take in case of terrorist attack. Meeting place, what could happen, evacuation, medical procedures, assembling a disaster supply kit. (also available in Spanish)


FEMA: Disaster Services - Emergency Preparedness Checklist
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) provides an emergency checklist, home hazard plan, escape plan, and instructions for assembling a fire safety kit.


ReadyForWildfire.org - Prepare Your Family Disaster Plan
Steps to take to prepare your Family Disaster Plan.


Ready America US Department of Homeland Security
This site will help you get a kit, make a plan and be informed: