Take the Emergency Information Survey
Have you taken our emergency information survey yet? We want your input!
As part of our review of the June 29 derecho storm, we’re asking for your help in completing a short survey. The survey focuses on a few key areas:
- Tools (such as CEAN) that you use to access emergency information.
- Non-government resources (such as media) you access for emergency information.
- County response to the June 29 derecho storm.
- Ways to improve information delivery, especially during power outages.
- Personal preparedness.
- And if you own a business, we have a set of questions for you.
Here’s the survey link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/fairfaxemergencyinfo
Thank you in advance for taking a few minutes to complete this important survey so we can learn from you and adapt our response for future incidents.
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