Emergency Preparedness

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The City of Glendora’s emergency management program works in coordination with all City Departments to strengthen the City’s ability to prepare for, mitigate against, respond to, and recover from any disaster.

Each citizen should be prepared to be self-reliant for six days in the event of a major catastrophe. Consider having a supply of food, water, medicine, and personal hygiene items set aside for such an occasion. To get a better idea of how to prepare go to www.ready.gov

Keeping updated with current emergency preparedness issues is extremely important. In order to help you to better understand some issues concerning emergency preparedness visit the following links:

American Red Cross: www.redcrossla.org/sangabrielpomonavalley.org
California Office of Emergency Services: www.oes.ca.gov
Los Angeles County Fire: www.fire.lacounty.gov

To keep informed regarding issues concerning the City of Glendora in not only emergencies but community events go to www.nixle.com and start receiving text messages that will enable you to get up to the minute updates.

For information on how to prepare for emergencies visit the following web resources:
Being Prepared in Glendora

L.A. County Emergency Preparedness

Earthquake Alliance: Dare to Prepare

L.A. County: Emergency Survival Program (ESP)

FEMA: Resolve to Be Ready

Discovery Channel: Ready Classroom (for teachers and students)

American Red Cross (National)

American Red Cross (San Gabriel/Pomona Valley Chapter)

Emergency Survival Guide - Los Angeles County

Citizens Guide to County Services - Los Angeles County 

Federal Emergency Management Agency

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 

California Governor's Office of Emergency Services

Totally Unprepared: Admitting You Have a Problem is the First Step: 


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