Arizona is susceptible to an array of natural disasters and emergencies. And though some hazards (e.g., floods and wildfire) pose a more immediate threat to life and property than others (e.g., tornadoes and earthquakes), it is in the best interest of all Arizonans to prepare for all possible hazards and their impacts.
The good news is a family can prepare for all manner of emergencies and disasters in four simple steps.
Download the All-Hazard Emergency Preparedness brochure to learn how to Make a Plan, Build a Kit., Be Informed and Inspire Others before an emergency happens.
A Family Emergency Communication Plan describes how your family will respond to and communicate during a disaster or emergency. A basic plan should list important contact information, identitfyhome and neighborhood euation routes, and family meeting places, and name an Out-of-Town Contact.
If you don't already have plan and/or are unsure about where to start, download the Family Emergency Communication Plan template.
Each year an estimated 1,500 wildfires occur in Arizona. Most are caught early by firefighters, but even heroes need help.
Help wildland firefighters to reduce the impacts of wildfire on lives and propert. Have Their Backs by sharing our infographic with friends and family on social media.