Are you prepared for an emergency?

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September is Emergency Preparation Month. The City extends this annual reminder to take a little time to stay prepared. A few simple steps could prevent injuries or suffering in the event of an earthquake or other event that limited mobility, cut off power, compromised the water supply or otherwise wreaked havoc on the community.

Among the steps to consider taking during preparation month?

  1. Prepare a home emergency kit with medicines, flashlights, batteries, a hand-crank radio, duct tape, face masks, tools and other items.
  2. Have ready a two-week supply of water (a gallon a day per household member) and non-perishable food items. Don't forget a can opener.
  3. Take CPR or first-aid training.
  4. Make a family emergency plan that includes evacuation routes, reunification sites and communication methods.

You can learn more about these and other emergency planning tips from FEMA's Ready.gov website.

The City is interested in knowing what Wilsonville residents are doing to remained prepared.

  • Take our brief survey below; we can use the results to inform future communications about emergency preparedness.
  • Have a question about preparedness? Ask us!



September is Emergency Preparation Month. The City extends this annual reminder to take a little time to stay prepared. A few simple steps could prevent injuries or suffering in the event of an earthquake or other event that limited mobility, cut off power, compromised the water supply or otherwise wreaked havoc on the community.

Among the steps to consider taking during preparation month?

  1. Prepare a home emergency kit with medicines, flashlights, batteries, a hand-crank radio, duct tape, face masks, tools and other items.
  2. Have ready a two-week supply of water (a gallon a day per household member) and non-perishable food items. Don't forget a can opener.
  3. Take CPR or first-aid training.
  4. Make a family emergency plan that includes evacuation routes, reunification sites and communication methods.

You can learn more about these and other emergency planning tips from FEMA's Ready.gov website.

The City is interested in knowing what Wilsonville residents are doing to remained prepared.

  • Take our brief survey below; we can use the results to inform future communications about emergency preparedness.
  • Have a question about preparedness? Ask us!



  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Thanks for sharing with us some information about what you and your family have done to prepare in the event of an emergency. All individual responses remain anonymous. We are interested in the aggregate data to help inform future preparedness activities and communication. 

    Thanks for sharing with us some information about what you and your family have done to prepare in the event of an emergency. All individual responses remain anonymous. We are interested in the aggregate data to help inform future preparedness activities and communication. 

    Consultation has concluded