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Emergency Preparedness

    Here's a fun video to the song "Call Me Maybe" with tips on how to get ready for a disaster.

  • Preparedness Tips - Week 1 - Download

  • Preparedness Tips - Week 2 - Download

  • Preparedness Tips - Week 3 - Download

  • Preparedness Tips - Week 4 - Download
Family Emergency Preparedness


  • Emergency Phone List - Download
    Fill in this Emergency Phone List and hang it on your refrigerator. Contact Lisa Mahoney by phone at (920) 834-7000 or email her to receive your free refrigerator magnet clip.

  • Family Emergency Preparedness Plan Reference Guide - Download
    Create your own Family Disaster Plan by answering the questions in this Family Emergency Preparedness Plan Workbook. Use the Family Emergency Preparedness Plan Reference Guide to help you answer the questions in the workbook.

  • Family Emergency Preparedness Plan Workbook - Download
Do 1 Thing
Do 1 thing is a 12-month program that makes it easier for you to prepare yourself, your family, and your community for emergencies and disasters. Most people are aware of the need to prepare for emergencies and disasters, but don't get started because emergency preparedness is such a big job. The do1thing program breaks the job of emergency preparedness into 12 smaller pieces.

Ready Wisconsin
Wisconsin is susceptible to all forms of natural and man-made disasters. A hazardous materials spill on a nearby highway could mean evacuation. A winter storm could confine your family at home. A severe storm could cut off water, electricity or telephone service for days. And when disaster strikes, you may not have much time to respond. ReadyWisconsin can help you prepare for emergencies. Here you will learn steps you can take to protect yourself and your loved ones.

Influenza Preparedness

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Use this toolkit to help you and your family prepare for the upcoming flu season


   • Get Prepared