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Disaster Preparedness


In case of emergency, you'll need to take the necessary precautions to protect yourself, your family and property.  Disaster can strike without warning requiring you to evacuate your neighborhood or in some cases confine you to your home.  Preparing in advance by learning what hazards may affect your community and learning about how to deal with these hazards is an important part of emergency preparedness. Remember this is your responsibility!

Put your plan together as a family (don't forget pets)!

Know what your child's school plan is!

Plan at work!


Preparedness Planning - Websites of Interest

FEMA
Federal Emergency Management Agency

WWW.READY.GOV

American Red Cross

Local Red Cross

Michigan Prepares

Do 1 Thing

FREE ONLINE TRAINING

Generator Safety

Emergency information will be provided to the public through local media, such as the following:

 

For more information about the specific effects of chemical or biological agents, the following Web sites may be helpful: