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NYCHA is better prepared. Are you?
NYCHA Staff and community partners continue to share information with residents to be prepared for an emergency. Watch videos from our events:
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News and events:
Here are a few resources to check out:
- Ready New York – Your primary source of emergency preparedness info.
- Know Your Zone – NYC recently changed its hurricane zones. Which hurricane zone is your home in?
- NOTIFY NYCHA/NYCHA Alerts – If you're a NYCHA resident, let NYCHA know if you have special needs. You can also sign up to receive alerts through this page.
- American Red Cross – An online preparedness module, plus info on how to register "safe and well" family members when a disaster hits.
- National Weather Service – Governments depend on NWS to make their emergency preparedness decisions. You should too.
- FEMA's Ready.gov – Traveling? This site prepares you for nearly any disaster. There's comprehensive materials includes children's info too.
NYCHA’s employees, residents, and properties are prepared for a potential hurricane or weather-related emergency during the 2014 hurricane season through:
- Staff Training
- Equipment and Materials Management
- Service and Resource Coordination
- Resident Engagement