Get Involved: Fairfax Prepares Day 15

Posted 6:52 p.m.

day 15 iconYou usually hear about making a kit and creating a family communications plan as part of emergency preparedness and response.

But there are other ways you can get involved, too.

For example:

There are, of course, many ways to get involved in our robust and diverse community. It takes a whole community, including volunteers, to prepare for, respond to and recover from emergencies that may impact our community.

Exclamation point iconTHE ASK: By Monday, at least review what the Citizen Corps or other emergency volunteer organizations do so you’re aware of them in case you decide later (or after an incident) that you want to join. Of course, feel free to join tomorrow, too!

TELL US you’ve done this:

  • Post a quick reply in this blog’s comments section below such as “I’ve done this.”
  • Use the Twitter hashtag #fairfaxprepares and tweet your accomplishment. Include photos if you’d like.
  • Like our special Facebook page for this campaign to leave comments and share tips with your friends.
  • Email us at publicaffairs@fairfaxcounty.gov that you accomplished an ask.

SHARE THIS TIP:

  • Click the links below to email, share on social media or print a hard copy. Thanks!

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About Fairfax County Emergency Information

Official emergency information about preparedness, response and recovery from Fairfax County Government.

3 responses to “Get Involved: Fairfax Prepares Day 15”

  1. Randy Allen says :

    I’ve done this. I’m a member of ARES. Callsign N4TVC.

  2. deeckert@cox.net says :

    I am a volunteer with Red Cross on a DAT team.

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