Develop an emergency plan for your family including where you will all meet if you are ever not able to stay in your home.
Prepare an emergency kit in case you need to leave your home. Include:
In the event of a disaster, you may be required to stay in your home. It is very important that you and your family have the resources to accomplish this should it ever become necessary.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the American Red Cross, along with other disaster organizations recommend 3-5 days provisions. This may sound like a lot of work, but most of it is planning. You may very well have the resources you need around your home, all you need to do is gather them together. Those large plastic trunks are good storing choices. Just make sure they aren't too heavy should you need to evacuate.
Most disasters don't make the national headlines. Neither government nor voluntary emergency response teams can be everywhere helping everyone who needs help immediately followint a DISASTER. There are preparedness actions that people can take to increase their own chances of survival and their ability to cope in a range of disaster situations. As individual citizens - our families and neighborhoods are always the first line of protection in a disaster. Everyone has a responsibility to learn about the hazards they face and how to prepare for them.
The Township Hall is available as a warming center/temporary shelter.
You can bring your electronics to recharge.
There is a full kitchen available for you to prepare a meal.
If necessary, residents may stay in the common areas overnight. Be sure to bring your own blankets or sleeping bags. There is lots of floor space.
If you have a special need and a natural or man made disaster may cause you great hardship; for example, medical monitors and/or machines, wheelchairs, lifts, walkers, etc., please contact the Kinross District Police at 495-5889 (or Central Dispatch at 495-3312) they will make sure your information is given to the correct department.