Read Wrigley Earthquakes

Let Ready Wrigley help your children prepare for emergencies!

Kids can save lives!

Kid Heroes!

National Weather Service

SEVERE WEATHER


Severe weather can happen anytime, in any part of the county.  Severe weather can include hazardous conditions produced by thunderstorms, including damaging winds, tornadoes, large hail, flooding and flash flooding, and winter storms associated with freezing rain, sleet, snow and strong winds.  Know your risks... 


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Kid Heroes

Smokey for Kids
Weather.gov
Ready.gov - Plan for Disasters
Without Warning Earthquake

Kids are a huge help in preparing you whole family!  Click the link on the left to learn how to involve your kids in pet emergency preparedness!

Max the tiny hero... click here to read about Max

CAUTION:  SOME MATERIAL MAY BE INAPPROPRIATE FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES

Sparky.org
Read Wrigley Extreme Heat
Heat Safety for Kids and Teens National Weather Service

Learn Science and Safety with Owlie Skywarn

Read Wrigley Flooding and Mold
Jermaine Bell Story
MSN News
Read Wrigley Winter Weather
Disney's Disaster preparedness

This group of kids biked around their neighborhood in search of a missing 97-year-old woman.  Click here to watch their story.

Take Action Teens for Wildfire Safe Communities
CDC Ready Wrigley
CDC natural disasters and severe weather

Awesome Resources for Kids!

Without Warning Tsunami
Read Wrigley Coping After Disaster
Family Communications Plan

A collaborative endeavor between Jackson & Josephine County Emergency Management to help the citizens of the Rogue Valley prepare for and respond to disasters

Kids find 97 year old missing woman

Smokey for Kids

Smokey for Educators

NPFA Fire Prevention Week

ROGUE VALLEY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

Ready.gov Kids

Allendale, S.C. - A 6-year-old with a big heart opted out of a birthday trip to Disney World so he could help Hurricane Dorian evacuees in South Carolina.  Click here to read his story.

Smokey for Educators
Family Communications Plan