The Bay Area
commemorated the disastrous 1906 San Francisco
earthquake last year. Are you ready for the big one
Disaster professionals say the most important thing we
can do is be prepared to survive for 72 hours in our
homes. This first line of defense, called “Shelter
in Place,” will save the most lives. To help you
prepare, the Disaster Preparedness Task Force is offering
a two-hour course to teach you what to do before, during
and after a regional disaster.
That’s all it takes - two hours. You owe it
to your family. You owe it to your neighbors. You owe it
to your community. Larkspur and Greenbrae are looking to
become the first communities in the nation to have 100%
of our households certified and ready for a disaster.
up now for the GET READY Disaster Preparedness Program