We’re looking for a few good neighbors!
Join your Neighborhood Emergency Team.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency – FEMA –
has established September as National Preparedness Month.
This year, FEMA's Ready Campaign theme is
“Don't Wait. Communicate. Make Your Emergency Plan Today.”
You may have seen the results of storm warnings in Florida and Hawaii —
lines of people getting supplies, such as water, gasoline and back-up generators.
But we won't have a warning before “the Big One.” So be prepared NOW!
National Preparedness Month is just one reminder for this.
And this isn't something you do alone. We can all work together to be prepared,
and one way to do this is with the Neighborhood Team Program (NTP), part of the
Los Angeles Fire Department CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) program.
Join our mailing list to receive information on how to be part of NTP.
For answers to questions about NTP, or if you are interested in becoming part of the
Neighborhood Team Program in the City of Los Angeles, contact firstname.lastname@example.org