Natural or man-made disasters can strike at any moment without notice. Whether it be an earthquake, wildfire, flood or an act of terrorism, staying composed and knowing what to do during a crisis situation takes preparation and practice.
Home Protection Systems
Having functioning home protection systems in place is important for keeping your family safe. Installing and maintaining carbon monoxide alarms, smoke alarms, and residential fire sprinklers provides the best protection during an emergency situation.
In Case of Emergency
Emergencies can arise at any time. Do you have a plan in place? The more you prepared before an event, the better you will be able to handle any situation that may arise.
Preparing for Wildfire
Wildfires can occur without warning and often move very rapidly. The more you can do to prepare for a wildfire before it happens, the better off you will be when one occurs.
Most injuries are preventable.
Learn more information about injury prevention, disaster preparedness, and other health and safety topics to help keep you and your family safe.
While we encourage everyone to evacuate early, Shelter-in-Place communities were built to certain standards that greatly increase the chances that the homes will survive a wildfire.
The District's Hazard Abatement Program is a year-round effort designed to reduce vegetation hazards for the protection of lives and property in the event of a major wildland fire.