Public Health Emergency Preparedness
Proclamation issued by San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors, declares the month of September 2015 as “National Preparedness Month”, and acknowledges San Joaquin County's participation, including efforts to increase public awareness of local disasters and preparedness.
Public Health Services, in partnership with the community, promotes a healthy future for San Joaquin County that includes vital emergency preparedness planning with you, your family and the whole community.
Personal and Family Preparedness
Is your family ready for a Pandemic? Personal preparedness includes being ready for emergencies at home, in your car, or anywhere else you may spend time. What you do now can help you and your family better respond to and recover from disaster. These three steps will help you start down the path of being better prepared:
- Build a Kit
- Make a Plan
- Be Informed
Public Health Threats
To learn more information about different types of emergencies and what to do for each, click on the links below: