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Emergency Preparedness

Wright County Public Health staff stay connected at the local, state, and federal levels to ensure the community is prepared for an emergency.

Resources for Weather Warning

These resources are helpful for preparing for almost any type of emergency.

KIMT Weather Warn - This is a free weather alert system in which you will receive a timely warning message via email or text. This program lets you select what types of advisories you want to receive and what counties you want to receive them for.

KIMT Storm Team 3 App - Personal alert notifications let you know when significant weather is heading your way and when to take cover. Radar maps available to track weather. Set customized alerts to keep you and your family informed and safe.

The Weather Channel

NOAA

National Weather Service

www.Ready.gov can help you stay informed, make a disaster plan, or build an emergency kit

Get a Kit Often, during disasters, you will not have access to food, water or electricity for a length of time. Having an emergency kit for your home and care will help to keep you and your family safe and healthy during these times. Please click on the link to learn about what you can include in your kit!

Make a Plan Because you and your family may not be together when a disaster happens, it’s important to plan ahead and to know how you would contact one another, and how you would get to a safe place. A communication plan is something you can prepare ahead so your family can reconnect and get help if needed.