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Emergency Preparedness: Power Outages

Our weather in the Pacific Northwest is part of what makes our lives here special. However, severe weather can also have consequences...

Emergency Preparedness: Fire Prevention

Many Americans are injured or lose their lives in home fires each year. Taking some simple steps ahead of time can help...

Emergency Preparedness: Kids

It’s important to include your children in plans for emergency preparedness. This article has suggestions to help make those preparations fun for...

Emergency Preparedness

National Preparedness Month is observed each September to raise awareness about the importance of preparing for disasters and emergencies that could happen...

Emergency Preparedness: Pets

An important part of your family may be your pets – so please remember them in your family’s emergency plan. Pets will...

Emergency Preparedness: ShakeAlert

As of March 11, 2021, the US Geologic Survey ShakeAlert early warning system is available in Oregon. It does not predict earthquakes...

Emergency Preparedness: Neighborhood Ready

The past year has reminded us of the need to be prepared. Disasters come in all types...

Emergency Preparedness: Sanitation

During a disaster, we must all think about our personal sanitation needs. If Tigard is severely affected...

Emergency Preparedness: Storage

As you travel on your preparedness journey, you’ll gradually accumulate items necessary in an emergency. Storing those items securely and in a...

Emergency Preparedness: Water

“Water, water everywhere, Nor any drop to drink” from The Rime of the Ancient Mariner (published first in 1798).
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