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Do you have the plans and supplies in place to help withstand the first three-days after an emergency? It is important that every individual, family, business and organization is prepared in the home, workplace and vehicle.

After a local disaster, although the federal and state governments will support our recovery, it will be Fairfax County’s responsibility to plan  for and manage its own recovery.

Emergency Preparedness Newsletter

Information about local, state and national emergency preparedness initiatives, published by the Office of Emergency Management.

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Speakers Bureau

The Office of Emergency Management is available to meet with homeowners associations, rental communities, civic groups, nonprofits, faith-based communities, businesses and others interested in learning how to strengthen their level of emergency preparedness. Staff can also attend local festivals and fairs.

For more information contact 571-350-1000, TTY 711.

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