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Thursday, October 30, 2014

Citizen Emergency Preparedness

Preparing for the Unexpected

Devastating attacks on the World Trade Center as well as the war with Iraq have left many citizens concerned about the possibility of future incidents in the United States and their potential impact.

There are things you can do to prepare emergencies and reduce the stress that you may be experiencing. Taking preparatory action can reassure you and your family that you can exert a measure of control even in the face of such events.

What Should You Do in the Event of an Emergency

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Emergency Checklist

Emergency Checklist

Downloadable Guides

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Links

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Important Telephone Numbers

Language Translators are available when calling the police department.
Department Phone Number
Sacramento Police Department 911
Sacramento Police Department
(Emergency 7 digit number- For use with cell phones)
(916) 732-0100
Sacramento Police Department (Non-emergency) (916) 264-5471
Sacramento Fire Department 911
Sacramento Fire Department (Non-emergency) 311
Sacramento City Operator 311
Department of Health and Human Services (916) 875-5471
FBI (Sacramento Office) (916) 481-9110
Federal Emergency Management Agency (202) 646-2500
Centers for Disease Control (800) 232-4636
California Office of Emergency Services (916) 845-8510
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Are You Prepared? Pamphlet

To learn how to better protect yourself, your family, and your property in a disaster, download a copy of Are You Prepared?

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