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Emergency Planning Community Resources
Be Ready with Small and Simple Steps
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PREPARATION STARTS WITH EDUCATION
1. What do I need to prepare for?
It's important to learn the natural risks associated with your particular area. Some areas are more prone to specific types of weather, like hurricanes or blizzards.
2. What types of plans do I need?
Do you have pets or kids? Those with pets or kids may need to consider additional plans.
Ready.Gov has an extensive list of plans that you can view here.
3. What items do I need to collect?
You may need to collect contact information, important documents, or supplies. Check out FEMA's emergency supply kit recommendations here.
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