November is filled with many fun and festive events, and staying prepared means that is one less thing to stress. Whether it is cooking, shopping, or even just getting used to cooler temperatures, ensure you are prepared and using safe practices throughout the month.
In case of emergency, does your family have an emergency plan in place? A little preparation could protect your life and the lives of those around you. It only takes a few minutes to develop a plan. When finished, you’ll have a pocket-size emergency plan for you and your loved ones.
Also, be sure to check out these Thanksgiving Safety Tips below for some best practices!
The Office of Emergency Management provides disaster and emergency preparedness public outreach and education for any organization, class, school, group, facility, neighborhood, etc. within Garland. Preparedness Presentations will be customized to meet the needs and interests of your audience including tips, tools and tailored preparedness considerations as well as specific emergency services Garland offers.
To request a presentation, please complete the form below:
The Office of Emergency Management provides printed preparedness materials to citizens upon request. Printed materials include: communication plans, emergency plans, fliers, postcards, lists, booklets, and more! English and Spanish materials are available. Please check back frequently for updated materials.
To see the full list of items available upon request, please view the "Request Printed Materials" link below. All requested items will be sent via mail.
To request printed materials, please complete the form below: