Public Education

 
How prepared are you and your family for a disaster? The first step is to develop a comprehensive plan detailing how you will respond to various hazards. Download the Disaster Preparations Checklist to see how prepared you are. What about seniors, people with disabilities, or pet owners. Do you have a plan?

Resources to help you with your plan can be found at FEMA's "A Guide to Citizen Preparedness" and the Fire Department's page on what your family needs to be self-sufficient for 72 hours in the event of some man-made or natural disaster.

In addition, to assist the community in understanding the various types and uses of fire extinguishers, we have several pages on the web on this topic. Click here for more information.

To assist residents prepare themselves for the effects of wet winter weather, we have provided links to flood preparedness information, flood safety information, and sandbagging information.

In an effort to provide fire safety activities for children we have included a page of links to several safety websites designed with games, puzzles and other activities for kids. Click here to go to the Kids Links Page.

Lastly, one of the most current and comprehensive link compendiums we have found is the CBS News Disaster Links Page. To easily return, make sure you have added City of Woodland as a Bookmark or Favorite. Woodland does not endorse any commercial products that may be advertised on this site.

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