With Hurricane Joaquin impacting the East Coast, we want to make sure you and your family have the resources you need to stay safe. Here are some hurricane preparedness tips and resources from the experts at FEMA.
You can take three steps to be sure your family is safe.
Check out Ready.gov for all the best instructions and resources on staying safe before, during, and after a storm.
And don't forget to plan for your pets:
Getting Prepared with Bo & Sunny
september is national preparedness month! we are here with an important message regarding keeping your beloved pets safe in the event of a natural disaster or emergency. please watch this video straight from The White House with our friends, bo & sunny (possibly my only two friends with better hair than me), on how to be prepared to take care of your furry family members during a natural disaster. you can also find more information at http://go.wh.gov/ReadyPets #GetReady xoxo buddy, blue, and booPosted by Boo on Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Evacuations are more common than most people realize — they happen frequently across the United States almost every year. Read these guidelines so you're ready in case you need to evacuate your area.
Visit Ready.gov for more tips and information about hurricanes specifically. Don't forget, share it with a friend.