September is National Preparedness Month. Make preparations to keep you and your family safe during severe weather events.
With severe weather events occurring more frequently, now more than ever, it makes sense to be prepared. During a prolonged power outage or another emergency, this means having enough food, water, and supplies to last at least a few days.
In honor of National Preparedness Month this month, UCEMC wants to remind members of our community about the power of preparation. While you don’t have to achieve a “doomsday prepper” level of preparedness, there are several practical steps you can take to keep yourself and your family safe.
Even at a modest level, preparation can help reduce stress and anxiety and lessen the impact of an emergency event. We recommend starting with the basics.