Summer safety during these hot days! Check these tips from the National Weather Service This is always a good time to test your own plans, and to check in to the plans of work, school, daycare. How To Prepare For A Tornado Update the copies of your important papers, prescriptions, banking and insurance.… Read More »
According to Ready.gov how to shelter depends on the hazard you are sheltering from. I’ll use two hazards from our Multi-hazard Mitigation Plan: Tornado/Wind Storm and Hazardous Materials. During a tornado we all know that you should shelter in a basement, or on the lowest level away from corners, windows, doors and outside walls. Practice… Read More »
This fall, sit down with your family and develop a plan. You’ll feel much better when an emergency or disaster occurs if you can have contact with your family. Figure out how to communicate in a disaster. Where will you meet up? What if you can’t be the one to pick up your young children?… Read More »
With Halloween Trick or Treats coming up click this link for some safety tips from the Center for Disease Control. Have a spooky, safe time!
Tornadoes and severe summer storms with straight line winds can crop up fast. Here is some great information from the CDC on what you should do to prepare. Tornado information Always remember to use your NOAA All-hazards radios and when the sirens sound, TAKE COVER!
On July 13th 2015, at 5:30 in the evening, 40 people turned out for a search and rescue exercise in the Pembina Gorge. Responders set up command at the trail head to the North Dakota Park & Recreation, off-highway vehicle trail system , Responder departments included, Walhalla Fire, Langdon Fire and Rescue, ND Park and… Read More »