Make A Plan, Make A Kit, Be Prepared To Survive It! You can never be too careful when it comes to the safety of you and your loved ones. Make sure you are adequately prepared for any kind of disaster, whether in the home or outside of the home.
We cannot control natural disasters, but we can be prepared to know what to do during one. This page offers information to help you and your loved ones become better prepared.
Tips from Fire Chief; Jess Campbell
Get enrolled in a First Aid/CPR class
Items to keep in your vehicle (any time of the year): blanket, protein bars and other food storage, water
Make sure you have a fire extinguisher located within 10 to 15 feet of the kitchen
When cooking, always keep a lid near the pot, in case it flares up