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- Written by Phil Allen
Emergency Services Administrator Mike McKenzie and Interim City Manager Susan Bedsole.
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Flooding is a coast to coast threat to the United States and its territories nearly every day of the year. This article is designed to teach you how to stay safe in a flood event. If you know what to do before, during, and after a flood you can increase your chances of survival. Here you will find information describing the different types of flooding, educational material, and resources on how the National Weather Service keeps you aware of potentially dangerous flooding situations.
Disasters can affect everyone. Learn how to prepare by visiting www.Ready.gov.
A short instructional video explaining the key steps to emergency preparedness, including: being informed, making a plan, building a kit, and getting involved.
FEMA reminds everyone to become familiar with your community's public alert and warning system.
NOAA and FEMA want you to Be A Force Of Nature when severe weather strikes. Know the difference between watches and warnings.