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Be sure to check out the "Preparedness" section for information on how to prepare for emergencies BEFORE they happen.
If you haven’t signed up for Jackson County Citizen Alert, now is the time!
This preparedness guide and family workbook will help you to be ready for whatever emergencies may occur.
How well you and your animals survive during disasters depends on the steps you take today. Remember - If it’s not safe for you, it’s not safe for them!
Coordinated and aggregated information for Oregon communities affected by wildfire smoke.
Donations, Community Resource Organizations
Many pets become lost and injured in the devastating wildfires here in Jackson County. Here are some resources that might help you to be reunited with your lost pet.
Many Oregon families may have lost all vital documents due to the deadly wildfires burning across the state.
Local public agencies and governments that may provide additional information and resources on the current evacuations and fire information in the Rogue Valley.
As irritating as smoke can be to people, it can cause health problems for animals as well.
TripCheck provides you with the latest conditions via road cameras, continuous winter travel updates, year-round highway construction details, and other valuable tips to get you to and from your favorite places in Oregon.
Prepare yourself for a minimum of 3 days, longer if possible. Experts now recommend everyone be prepared to survive on their own for a minimum of 7-10 days. Use this simple checklist to make sure you are prepared for any disaster.
Read about our policies and
notice regarding Americans with Disabilities
10 S. Oakdale Ave. Rm # 214
Medford, OR 97501
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