Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas from Emergency Management

Posted at 1 p.m.

Valentine’s Day is this Saturday, Feb. 14. Are you prepared?

Emergency Preparedness Gifts for Valentine's Day

There was a big snowstorm on Valentine’s Day last year, which caused a lot of problems for those last minute gift givers. While we aren’t expecting a major snowstorm this year (check the forecast), you still don’t want to wait until the last minute to get your Valentine a gift.

If you’re struggling for what to give, our Office of Emergency Management has some clever ideas for your special Valentine.

Learn more about emergency preparedness — and have a happy Valentine’s Day!

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2 responses to “Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas from Emergency Management”

  1. Anonymous says :

    Kindly don’t expose our children at Bus Stop with this Arctic Blast low temperature and extreme cold weather at Bus Stop. Close FCPS schools or make it 2 hours on 2/10/15. Do not get our children exposed for Hypothermia. Today all many of elementary sent our children out for recess. Do you guys have any sense? My child has been coughing consistently, do you really care about safety of our children, it is really freezing outside just now. You need to decide by tonight rather than notifying parents at 5am morning. At least our children can have a good nights sleep. Delay or close the FCPS schools on 2/10/15.

    • Anonymous says :

      Tuesday : A chance of snow showers and sleet before 9am. Areas of fog before noon. Otherwise, mostly cloudy, with a high near 41. North wind 11 to 14 mph, with gusts as high as 23 mph. Chance of precipitation is 30%. You can put our children to risk. 2 hour delay or schools close, decide fast. As parents we have wake up at 4am to take care our children.