Emergency Preparedness Links
The American Red Cross responds to emergencies all over the world. They bring food, water and emergency care to anywhere they are needed. They try to ease human suffering in the after-effects of disasters such as fires, floods, earthquakes and tornados. They are made up of local volunteers in their communities who want to help others in their time of need.
North Dakota State University offers information for cleaning out after a flood including where to start, tools & equipment, how to remove flooring, basement work and removing waste.
FEMA provides information to plan and prepare for disaster, how to recover and rebuild and how to apply for assistance after a disaster.
Middlesex County Office of Emergency Management provides emergency services, fire, police and communications services to Middlesex County during a natural or manmade emergency.
The New Jersey Office of Emergency Management works closely with our federal, state and local partners to prepare for all hazards, natural or manmade, that could affect New Jersey’s families, communities and businesses. These hazards include Blizzards, Nor’easters and other Winter Hazards, Floods and Hurricanes.
Find out what to do if you lose power, are affected by flooding, or need to report an outage.
Prepare, Plan and Stay Informed: Ready America, Educating and empowering Americans to prepare for emergencies including natural disasters and potential terrorist attacks.
Progress Being Made to Restore Verizon Service Post-Hurricane Irene
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