Participation in Emergency Preparedness Program

Whether it is an earthquake, flood, power outage or other emergency, residents and businesses should be prepared for unexpected events and disasters. Creating an emergency kit, knowing what to do in an evacuation, developing a plan with your neighbours, and considering business continuity will help our community be more resilient. As climate change increases the likelihood of natural disasters, ensuring the public is prepared is even more critical. The number of residents who have participated in Surrey's Personal and Neighbourhood Emergency Preparedness Programs is a measure of how prepared and resilient the public is to handle a disasater.

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Last Updated October 19, 2017, 13:55 (PDT)
First Published Date December 08, 2016
Maintainer Sustainability Office
Data Update Frequency Yearly