September is National Preparedness Month

Over the past several years, we have experienced more intense storms, heavier rain, higher temperatures, severe droughts and record-setting hurricanes and wildfires. In the recent days and weeks, we’ve already seen disasters devastate communities. Different emergencies require different actions to stay safe, so it’s important that you have access to weather alerts and community notifications, and that you learn emergency skills like first aid and CPR. Prepare now to be ready to respond when disaster strikes.

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