Community leaders can get ahead of disasters by preparing citizens to get their families and homes ready for emergencies. Most Americans aren’t prep-minded. Contributed by Brett Boynton of DisasterSafety.info.
Join Valerie Marasco, Director of Cook County’s Office of Emergency Management & Public Information for an informational session on emergency preparedness on Thursday, June 28 at 7PM. Media release from Cook County Higher Education - June 20, 2018
Follow this link to the Boreal Emergency Preparedness Portal for a list of resources from experts in interest of your health and safety. http://www.boreal-emergency.org/2018/01/28/165621/if-you-need-help-here-is-where-you-can-call-to-cha...
By Dennis Anderson of The Star Tribune - June 7, 2018
By Valerie Marasco, Director – Cook County Office of Emergency Management & Public Information - June 1, 2018
From CBC News - Thunder Bay - May 29, 2018
Boreal Community Media now has a one stop shop digital preparedness portal.
By Brian Larsen of the Cook County News Herald - May 25, 2018
At Boreal Community Media and with our community of first responders and safety leaders, we believe strongly in the idea of “know before you go”. Click here to read more.
Watch the Cook County Firewise video here. Produced by the Cook County Department of Emergency Management and Public Information.
As more people turn to the waters of Lake Superior for fishing and boating, the importance of boating safety can't be overemphasized. From the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.