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Emergency and Disaster Preparedness
Do you know what emergency supplies you should have in your home or business? Does your family or staff know what do in case of severe weather or another disaster? Don't wait for an emergency to discover you're not prepared.
A natural disaster or other emergency can strike with little or no warning. Take time today to become better informed and prepare your family or business emergency plan.
Disaster Planning for People with Cognitive or Developmental DisabilitiesDisaster Planning for People with Sensory DisabilitiesDisaster Planning for People with Mobility DisabilitiesEmergency Planning for BusinessesEscape and EvacuationFamily Disaster Supplies and PreparednessFire PreventionHazardous MaterialsHeat AwarenessOlder Americans PreparednessPandemic InfluenzaPersonal PreparednessPet PreparednessResolve to be ReadySevere ThunderstormsShelter in Place PlanningTornado AwarenessTornado PreparednessWinter Storms and Extreme Cold
Family and Business Emergency PlanningEmergency Supply ListFamily Emergency PlanHealth Guide for the Public in Disaster Planning and RecoveryTornado Preparedness Video
Pets and DisastersPets and Disasters: Get Prepared from the American Red Cross and the Humane Society of the United States
Food and Water SafetyFood and Water Safety after a Natural Disaster or Power Outage
Food Safety for Returning Home after Flooding
Seguridad de los alimentos para vuelven a casa después de inundaciones
Flood InformationCleaning and Sanitizing with Bleach After an EmergencyHealth and Safety Tips from the Wisconsin Department of Health ServicesHealth and Safety Tips from the Centers for Disease Control and PreventionClean Up Information from the US Environmental Protection AgencySafety Information from the American Red CrossRepairing Your Flooded Home Cómo reparar su hogar inundadoFrequently Asked Questions and River Area MapTake Steps to Reduce Mosquito Population
Winter SafetyCold Weather Guide from the Centers for Disease Controland PreventionWinter Preparedness Guide from the American Red CrossWinter Storms in Wisconsin Wisconsin Department of Health Services Winter Information
VolunteeringMedical Reserve Corp. Information
For More InformationIf you have questions or would like more information, call 262-636-9203.
Main Phone: 262-636-9203Fax: 262-636-9165After-hours Public Health Emergencies:262-886-2300Email: PublicHealth@CityofRacine.org
Location & Hours:730 Washington AvenueGarden LevelRacine, WI 53403Monday – Friday8:00 A.M. – 4:55 P.M. Closed 11:55 AM – 1 PM
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