Ready New York Guides are publications of the New York City Office of Emergency Management. They can help you prepare for any emergency. Guides include heat emergency, hurricanes, flu, pets in an emergency and several others.
Are you Ready? from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) can help you prepare for any emergency situation.
The Red Cross has valuable information that can help you get prepared before disaster strikes.
Ready.gov covers a variety of topics to help you plan and prepare.
Citizens Corps is a government hub to help citizens stay informed and be prepared for threats and/or unexpected events.
New York City Aware is a program of the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. It offers a wealth of publications to keep residents informed on possible public health emergencies.
Notify NYC is the City’s emergency messaging program. It offers subscribers the option to receive health-related alerts and unplanned school schedule adjustments. Notify NYC can provide updates for up to five ZIP codes of your choice. Register online today to stay informed about you or a loved one’s workplace, neighborhood, school, assisted living facility or nursing home.