In the video at left, Sunriver Fire & Police talk about emergency preparedness during an October presentation hosted by the Owner Enrichment Committee

6 STEPS TO FAMILY PREPAREDNESS

Hold a family meeting every six months to review and update your emergency plan and information.

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STEP 1

Sign Up for Text & Voice

Emergency Notifications

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STEP 3

Family Preparations & 
Evacuation Checklists

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STEP 5

Prepare & Plan
for Your Pets

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STEP 2

Prepare & Harden Your 
Home Against Wildfire

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STEP 4

Make a "Go Bag" &
Disaster 
Supplies Kit

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Make sure every family member knows the following: ​

  • Our family meeting location/place is ...

  • In the event of a disaster we will call ...

  • Two escape routes from our home are ...

BEFORE & DURING FIRE SEASON

  • Register for emergency notifications.

  • Create defensible space around your home.

  • Make a list of your 5Ps. (People, Pets, Pills, Photos, Papers)

  • Prepare a 72-hour “go-bag”

  • Know your evacuation routes.

  • Know the evacuation plans for your family members at work, in school or childcare facilities.

  • Designate an out-of-area contact who can relay information.

  • Plan how you will transport your pets.

  • Keep the car fuel tank at least half full.

EMERGENCY? Dial 911
Non-emergency 24/7 dispatch: 541-693-6911

Business office

Sunriver Police: 541-593-1014

Sunriver Fire: 541-593-8622

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Emergency Management

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