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Spring weather includes severe weather, like tornadoes and heavy rain, and flooding. They also create a breeding ground for mosquitos.  

 Remember these key things to be prepared this spring:

  • Identify a safe location, in case of a tornado
  • Never walk or drive through flooded streets; Turn around, don't drown
  • Check your insurance policies to ensure that you have enough coverage in case of flooding
  • Remove dead or rotting trees and branches that could fall and cause injury or damage during a severe thunderstorm
  • Wear insect repellant to prevent mosquito bites and the possibility of contracting a mosquito-transmitted illness

See the situational awareness bulletins below for more information.

Mosquito & Vector Borne Illness Bulletins:



What you need to know about Zika


Tips to prevent mosquito bites



Tips for mosquito control



Tips to prevent Lyme Disease


Severe Weather Bulletins:

 Things to know about Thunderstorms

Things to Know about Thunderstorms

Severe Thunderstorm Prepping home or Business

Preparing your House and
Business for a Thunderstorm

Where to go During a Tornado

Where to go During a Tornado

Severe Weather Watch vs Warning

Things to do Before a Thunderstorm and Lightening

Things to do Before a Thunderstorm

 Preparing to Evacuate

Preparing to Evacuate/Preparedness Kit


 Flooding Turn Around, Don't Drown

Turn Around, Don't Drown



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