As part of ongoing efforts to enhance community-wide disaster preparedness, the City is offering a free course on disaster preparedness for older adults and people with disabilities or mobility issues on Thursday, August 1, 3:30 PM at City Hall. Older adults and people with disabilities and mobility issues can learn how to prepare for wildfires, earthquakes or other disasters. Will you be able to safely and quickly evacuate during a disaster if you rely on a wheelchair, oxygen or other medical devices, or do not drive?
Participants aged 55 or older who complete the class will receive a free emergency preparedness kit. ID is required.
Register online. For more information or to register by phone or email, contact Stephanie Berger, Public Safety Specialist, at 310-456-2489 ext. 368 or email email@example.com.