It is critical for all Sonoma County Residents to have multiple methods of receiving alerts and staying informed. Families, businesses, and organizations need to make a plan of what to do for the many different types of disruptions possible in the county. Actions may vary based on the event.
Emergency responders may be unable to reach all citizens for various reasons and, therefore, it is essential that individuals and neighborhoods be prepared to be on their own for a minimum of 7 days. Individual, family, and business preparedness will allow responders to get to those in critical need and save more lives.
For Emergency Preparedness information, please visit SoCoEmergency.org