As you put together your emergency kit, remember to include water, a radio, and extra batteries.
September is National Preparedness Month and we're encouraging everyone to focus on a simple activity to increase preparedness.
On the blog:
"Portland’s Disaster Relief Trials initiative is a unique effort designed to employ the use of bicycles to carry cargo in case of a disaster to maneuver people and supplies to safety without worrying about gasoline, flooding or other unpredictable conditions."
Take 1 simple & free step toward being prepared this #NatlPrep - make a family communications plan t.co/zlbrHFGQCg cc @CraigatFEMA
Learn how to treat unsafe water so that you can make it safe for drinking: t.co/K8GaEbaXfo #NatlPrep
Don't forget a flashlight in your emergency kit! Stop by our table at #GWSafetyExpo for other preparedness tips. t.co/yYF3VDCdig
Re-tweetRT @lmessina: COMING at 2pm: @FEMA, @WVDHSEM, wvba etal testing public alert system in #WV. More: t.co/fyRupU7Pkm, t.co/lXKo9…
Preparedness on a budget: Pick up canned items, for your emergency kit, on sale 2 or 3 at a time. t.co/QwZZj6AtJB #NatlPrep