These resources have links for emergency preparedness. It helps to read multiple sources to help you develop your own plans.
View information in Spanish here / Ver información en español aquí: http://www.readyforwildfire.org/Spanish/
Checklists and Forms
Download and print Ready Glen Ellen checklists and forms.
County Ready Websites
Ventura and Marin County have good websites with links for preparing and planning for emergency events. You can print checklists and suggestions for planning:
Cal Fire has a program called Ready, Set, Go! It has lists for preparedness along with how to create a defensible space around your residence. There is also a downloadable app to help you create a safer environment around your home and property.
- Visit the Ready, Set, Go! campaign page. http://www.readyforwildfire.org/Ready-Set-Go-Campaign/
- View the Ready, Set, Go! infographic. http://www.readyforwildfire.org/Infographic/
- Learn more through the Ready, Set, Go! multi-media campaign toolkit. http://www.readyforwildfire.org/Toolkit/
Sonoma Valley Fire & Rescue Authority the SCOPE training is encouraged for all area residents for fire prevention and emergency preparedness planning. This program will help you organize your neighborhood for the next emergency.
Fire Wise USA has online public education for wild fire preparedness and safety in home.
Department of Homeland Security website has additional information for all types of disasters.
Halter Project specializes in large animal rescue and the information on the website is comprehensive and applicable for all of your emergency planning. The website has several links for emergency preparedness, checklists, and training.
California Fire Safe Council is a leader in encouraging grassroots movements that make communities more Fire Safe, Firewise, and Fire Adapted.
This Equine Evac site has an excellent emergency preparedness workbook for humans and livestock.
Sonoma County Emergency Preparedness web-site
San Francisco Chronicle Earthquake Preparedness Kit info
Fire Safe Councils
Here are a few links to fire-safe council communities as an example of what our community can build by coming together to become a fire-safe council.
Butte County Fire Safe Council – Home
Berry Creek evacuation plans
Douglas Ranch Firewise references