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"In The Know"

Get “In The Know” when it comes to emergency preparedness and help make the City Different
the City Prepared!

Get "In The Know" about:

The Hazards | What You Need | How to Stay Connected

The Hazards

In your home

  • Electrical hazards
  • Fall hazards
  • Fire/Burn hazards
  • Drowning hazards
  • Dangerous chemicals

In your community

  • Wildfires
  • Flooding
  • Winter Storms
  • Utility Disruptions
  • Extreme Temperatures
  • Hazardous Material Releases

When traveling

  • Weather Forecasts
  • Road Conditions
  • Medical concerns for international travel

What You Need

A practiced emergency plan

  • Sheltering in place (for up to 72 hours)
  • Fire/Gas leak procedures
  • Evacuations (try to identify two routes out of your neighborhood)
  • Emergency family meeting place away from your home

An Emergency Supply Kit

  • Food/Water
  • Medical supplies/Medication
  • Important documents
  • Extra clothing
  • First Aid Kit
  • Battery-powered radio/flashlight
  • Extra cell phone battery/charger
  • Pet supplies

Emergency Training

  • CPR
  • First Aid (Infant, Child, Adult)

How to Stay Connected

Emergency Contact Numbers

  • Family and Neighbors
  • School/Work
  • 911 (to report an emergency)

Alerts and updates

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Emergencies and disasters can strike anytime, anywhere. The City of Santa Fe works hard to ensure our Fire, Police, Public Works, Public Utilities, and every other City Department with a role to play in emergency response is well trained and equipped to handle emergencies and disasters as they arise. But the citizens of Santa Fe have a responsibility to prepare themselves as well. The “In The Know” program is designed to inform our citizens about how they can better prepare themselves, their families, and their communities for emergencies and disasters they may face. The three categories listed above (“The Hazards”, “What You Need”, and “How to Stay Connected”) provide a great starting point for Santa Feans to begin the preparedness process. Below is a list of additional resources that can help make sure the City Different is also the City Prepared!

 

Ready Santa Fe Smartphone App: https://www.santafenm.gov/ready_santa_fe

Emergency Household Planning Guidance: http://www.ready.gov/

Emergency Training Resources: FEMA On-Line Training (Free!): http://training.fema.gov/IS/crslist.aspx

                                                       American Red Cross of New Mexico: http://www.redcross.org/take-a-class

Hazard Information: Road Conditions in New Mexico: http://www.nmroads.com/mapIndex.html?

                                    Current weather/forecasts: https://www.weather.gov/abq/  

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