Prevent. Protect. Respond. Recover.

Neighborhood Preparedness

Disasters are major events that can strike anywhere and at any time. In a disaster, traditional 9-1-1 and First Responder capabilities such as fire, police, medics, and utility personnel will be overwhelmed and unable to immediately assist individuals.

Preparing your neighborhood is vital. Neighbors will likely be the first ones to offer you assistance. Neighbors that are prepared are more effective in their response to a disaster and have an increased capacity to be self-sufficient for the first 72 hours after a disaster.

For more information or to request the Map Your Neighborhood Booklet, call Mallory Eils, Community Preparedness Coordinator at (208) 258-6592.