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September is Preparedness Month

September is Preparedness Month

We never want to think about worst case scenarios, but outcomes can be far worse without a plan. With a plan, you can take comfort in knowing that measures are in place to reduce execution time, which could make all the difference.

Use the below list as your starting point if you have not considered what you will do in an emergency. You can also check our list against yours for additional thoroughness. As we get new information and products we will update this page, so please bookmark it and check back often.


Set Up Any Local Alerts

Stay informed by signing up for emergency texts, emails, and other alerts from your town, city, or state. Visit your local municipality’s website for more information.


Protect Vital Documents

Physical documents should be kept in a weatherproof lockbox, or in a safety deposit box out of the home, in case of fire or water damage.

Make copies of all documents and store them on a cloud service, in addition to creating a dedicated backup.


Check Your Coverage

Has your area become more prone to natural events? Most policies do not cover earthquakes, floods, wildfires etc. so consider purchasing additional coverage.


Prepare a Go Bag

When it is time to leave do you have an emergency bag with supplies that you can grab and go? Make sure everyone knows the location of these vital supplies.


Confirm Your Evacuation Plan

Where are your town’s or city’s evacuation centers? What has the town prepared any evacuation routes?

Think of what you will do, and where you will go if you need to leave in any direction. Is your location an emergency stop for someone? Go over the route several times a year, and ask yourself have any of your options changed or have been updated by authorities.


Quick Checklist

  • Batteries
  • Battery Operated Chargers
  • Disposable Plates, Utensils.
  • Driver’s License and Other Identification.
  • First Aid Kit
  • Flash Lights
  • Important Medications
  • Lighter or Matches
  • Manual Can Opener
  • Non-Perishable Food
  • Radio.
  • Toilet Paper
  • Water to Last for Up to Three Days (1 Gallon Per Person, Per Day).
  • Waterproof Blankets or Sleeping Bags
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