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Online Resources to Learn More Information
→ FEMA’s Resolve to Be Ready campaign webpage
→ To learn about these tools in Spanish: Propóngase estar listo en el año 2014
→ FEMA’s Resolve to Be Ready online PDF template “Family Communication”; a form-fillable/printable document for recording important relevent family member contact information
→ FEMA’s Resolve to Be Ready “Emergency Checklist” (printable PDF)
FireSafe Family VA presented by Virginia’s Department of Fire Programs
A new home fire safety mobile application available as a free download for your iPhone, iPad and Android mobile devices. Download your free copy today!
Use the links below for more information:
Register today for New Kent County’s rapid emergency notification system to be, and keep, informed in the event of a weather-related emergency, a missing child alert or any other emergency situation affecting/impacting our area. Registering your contact information takes little time and can be done securely from New Kent’s Community Notification Enrollment webpage. With the 2013 tornado season already very active and the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season just now starting, be proactive and enroll in CodeRED® to ensure you’re in the know when an emergency strikes.
Be Mobile Ready
The Ready Virginia mobile app, created by the Virginia Department of Emergency Management is an interactive tool that makes it easier than ever to be prepared for emergencies. The free app for iPhone® and Android™ devices provides emergency planning and guidance and other robust features not previously available in any mobile application.
Interested in volunteering with New Kent Fire-Rescue Fire? Fill out a Volunteer Application and then join us at our monthly orientation.
The next scheduled New Volunteer Member Orientations are Thursday, November 13, 2014 and Wednesday, December 10, 2014. Attendance at only one of the orientations is required. The start time and locations for each date is 7:00 PM at Fire Station 1 (Providence Forge) in the facility training room.
Check out these informative SAFETY TIP SHEETS from the National Fire Protection Association and help keep yourself and your family safe this winter and holiday season. Christmas Tree Safety | Winter Holiday Safety | 10 Winter Tips | Heating Safety | Candle Safety
September is National Preparedness Month. Pledge to Prepare by joining the National Preparedness Coalition now! Empower yourself and help coordinate preparedness activities for your family, neighbors and co-workers, and those with whom you may study or worship.
As you deck the halls this holiday season, be fire smart. Click Here for information from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) on ways you can be safety conscious if your home’s decorations include having a real Christmas Tree.
As the days of late Autumn slowly give way to Winter and seasonally cold outdoor temperatures, people will turn to various means of heating their home. When those means involve fireplaces, wood stoves, kerosene heaters, and/or electric space heaters it is important they remember to observe and practice good safety. Click Here for home heating safety tips that the Virginia Department of Fire Programs and New Kent Fire-Rescue encourage Virginia residents to follow.
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