Disaster preparedness does not have to be scary, or boring, the City of Hesperia is sharing the novel idea of “Camping at home”. Summer is a great time to plan this if you have children and it could be a fun way to teach them disaster preparedness for as long as 7 days.
In the event of an emergency, such as a major earthquake staying at home may be the only option or may be the best option to allow the first responder to do their job without any extra roadway congestion. The Camp at Home Plan should be part of your family’s Personal Emergency Plan.
In an emergency, you should stay home unless there is a fire, a suspected broken gas line, or active electrical lines down in or around your property. The City of Hesperia has a lot of other Camp at Home information and Disaster Preparedness, tips, and checklist on their Camp at Home Disaster Preparedness booklet here.
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