KNOW PLAN PREPARE…Sept. is Emergency Preparedness Month

Published September 6, 2018 | Board of Health Nurse | Updated February 28, 2019 | Automatically Archived on 2/27/2019

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Emergency Preparedness Month provides an opportunity to raise awareness for the important work being done to ensure our communities are safe, healthy and ready for emergencies. The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) Office of Preparedness and Emergency Management is sponsoring a statewide campaign to encourage Massachusetts residents, families and communities to make plans and prepare for public health and medical emergencies, threats, and disasters. Be sure to read on for more details about this year’s planned activities!

The Sudbury Health Department will be distributing Emergency Preparedness bags that you can fill with supplies and an Emergency Preparedness Plan to customize for your own use. Please stop by one of these locations to get your supplies after Monday 9/10:

  • Goodnow Library
  • Senior Center
  • Flynn Building

For more information:

Download the Town of Sudbury’s first edition Emergency Preparedness Handbook for residents: