Emergency Tips

Preparing for the Unexpected

Listed below is information that will help guide you in your disaster preparedness efforts. Specifically, you will find information from relevant emergency agencies, important training resources, different types of threats that you may encounter, and other valuable general preparedness information.

Make an Emergency "Go Kit"

Every member of the family should have an Emergency Preparedness kit.  Emergency Preparedness kits should be made or purchased for your home, car, and office to provide food, water, tools, and medical supplies for a minimum of 3-5 days following an earthquake or other major community disaster. Learn what to put in your "go kit."

Emergency Agency Links

Training & Videos

Threat-Specific Links

Preparedness Information