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Emergency Preparedness Information

Los Angeles’ official mass notification system: Sign Up!!


NotifyLA is the City of Los Angeles' official mass notification system used to send voice messages, text messages and email messages to residents and businesses during times of emergencies and disasters. There are several things our homeowners should be doing with regard to emergency preparedness, and we suggest you follow this link and SIGN UP NotifyLA is the City of Los Angeles’ mass notification system used to provide information regarding necessary actions, such as evacuations, to Los Angeles residents, businesses…

Emergency Prep


Be Prepared for an Emergency! & Know Whom to Call


It will never happen is NOT a PLAN!! What you will need: Flashlight, sturdy shoes, whistle by each bed, & in your cars Fire extinguisher, smoke alarm with working batteries Food, water, medication, cash, pet supplies, gas for 7 days Crucial documents including ID photos on flash drive/cloud 2 family meeting places: 1 nearby, 1 farther away A textable out-of-state contact Emergency numbers including neighbors with needs Know how to turn off gas, water, electricity Printable poster to share is…

Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness


It will never happen is not a PLAN! SBRA has created a new Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness Committee chaired by Merri Huang, who is CERT trained and an EMT. The committee has partnered with the LAFD and LA EMD to create new ways to inform residents of public safety issues, and to provide education regarding how to prepare for an emergency or catastrophic event. One such project is a flyer the committee created with the help of Captain Ken…

How to check for damage after a quake


We've all been there!! Uh oh! We just had a quake! Now what? After making sure you/your loved ones (including pets) are accounted for & safe, check out your home: http://m.news9.com/story.aspx?story=15971888&catId=112032 1. Check The External House Structure: • Survey all portions of your house to see if any part collapsed or sustained damage. • Check to see if the house shifted on its foundation, or fell away from the foundation in any place. • Check to see if the house…