In recent years, public health has become more involved in the local, regional and state planning for prevention, response to and restoration after emergency/disaster events. This page contains up-to-date information and resources regarding emergency preparedness.
Emergency Preparedness Video for Hearing Impaired Persons (CT Dept of Public Health)
Guidelines for Food Safety During Temporary Power Outages (Food Establishments)
Are YOU Ready? Do you have an emergency kit? (August, 2013)
Are You Ready? (Hurricane Preparedness) October 26, 2012
Are You Prepared for a Hurricane? (7/2/12)
The Health District needs medical and non-medical volunteers for emergency preparedness positions. All types of skills are needed. Training is provided. If you are interested in learning more about being a volunteer, please call 721-2816 or download the sign-up sheet below.
- How to Alert 911 to Your Special Needs
- CDC Bioterrorism WebsiteU.S. Dept of Homeland Security
- Family Emergency Preparedness
- Washington State Emergency Preparedness--(translations in Spanish, Cambodian, Chinese, Korean, Russian, Vietnamese)