"...What YOU can do for YOUR Neighborhood"
Neighbors and Stakeholders
If you haven't secured space for next weeks's Disaster Preparedness Orientation, now's the time to do so. We are again asking that adults bring one or two young people (teens or high school students) with them for orientation to the grassroots strategy we are to employ in building up our community preparedness. Veterans, retired and active Police & Fire workers as well as current ROTC students are all being sought along with everyday residents.
This is an important short session, aimed at preserving momentum in our preparations. Specifically we will touch on neighborhood "Winter Plans" as snowstorms are the immediate threat right now.
Be sure to bring note taking materials, as well as relevant information in printed form, which may be copied for sharing with our DPI teammates. Remember this is a Community Team Building effort which will leave us in a much stronger position to face disaster situations. The fringe benefits will be extremely valuable with a successful completion of the objectives we're faced with. We are looking for persons with "ASSET MAPPING" and calligraphy skills, as well as skilled photographers and project managers.
I look forward to seeing you next Wednesday. This is an historic initiative. Remember to RSVP, if you have not all ready.
Wednesday January 21st, 2015
Grand Crossing Library
1000 E. 73rd street
- Asset Mapping
- Disaster Training scheduling
- Grid development
- Passing the word
- Pre-event personnel attitude identification & analysis
- Resource Hunt
- Special response (Antonio's Response)
- Team development
- Tech support & strategy
- Primary items guide
We need RSPVs because space is limited