September marks National Preparedness Month, urging residents and businesses to prepare for the many hazards that threaten our daily lives and sense of normalcy – most often occurring in Southern California with little to no warning.
Consider the state’s historic drought, drawing ever-increasing concern from first responders due to the elevated wildfire danger. Often disasters occur rapidly, forcing evacuations and road closures to neighborhoods. AlertOC, the County’s mass notification system, is a critical link for Fullerton residents to immediately learn of any required actions, such as evacuating their homes during an imminent fire.
Source:: Fullerton Police News