Join Timmy, our Preparedness Elf on a Shelf, as he shares daily winter weather preparedness tips. You can view updates here or follow his tips via DCEM's Facebook Page or Twitter Account. We're using #TimmysTips! Connect with us and share your thoughts.
Join our Elf Team all December as they are on a mission to help you prepare for the winter season! You can view the topics and tips here, but please connect with us on Facebook and Twitter to share content and add in your own tips! You can also follow #PrepElf!
Douglas County Auxiliary Communications Team (ACT) volunteers are licensed amateur radio operators who provide alternative communications capabilities to Douglas County, Kansas.
The ACT volunteer works under the direction of emergency management staff to provide adjunct communications capabilities to the Emergency Management Operations Center and/or any disaster response organization. ACT volunteers may be assigned other responsibilities during disaster situations.
This is the children's materials page for Douglas County, Kansas. Do you know what to do in case of a tornado or if you have to evacuate from your house? Find out below how to be prepared, or ready, for any emergency situation!
Life changing events, or disasters, can happen at anytime and with little to no advanced warning. Tornadoes, floods, fires, and winter storms could leave you and your family without electricity or running water. Disasters can happen to anyone, anywhere!
You can reduce the impact of a disaster on you and your family by getting prepared.