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Sunnyvale, CA 94086
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Emergency Preparedness at Home

Personal Preparedness

  • With the recent events following the Southern California Fires and Hurricane Katrina it is important to remember that natural disasters can occur at anytime and residents must be prepared.

  • While most disasters are unpredictable, preparations to lessen their effect are critical.

  • The typical time for outside assistance to reach an impacted area is 72 to 96 hours, if reasonable access to the area exists.

  • All households should maintain a stock of emergency supplies that will last a minimum of 72 hours. The most important of these emergency supplies will be drinking water. (One gallon, per person, per day)

  • Assemble a first aid kit and include medications you and your family are currently using.

  • Familiarize yourself with the emergency guidelines of your schools and businesses.

  • Establish a meeting point for your family and an out of area phone contact for coordination and information.

  • Create a list of items needed if asked to evacuate. Be sure to include cash, medicine, keys, and insurance paperwork.

  • Enroll in Sunnyvale Neighborhoods Actively Prepare (SNAP) classes to receive disaster preparedness training.

For additional information contact the Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety Office of Emergency Services at (408) 730-7190.

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(408) 730-7500

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