With the incoming storms throughout Plumas County, the Plumas County Office of Emergency Service is reminding residents to be prepared. Take the time to gather disaster supplies that can sustain a household for up to 72 hours. With anticipation of high winds, be prepared of power outages.
The Plumas County Office of Emergency Management also is urging households to develop family emergency plans. Those should include discussions in advance of the storm on how family members can reach one another if an emergency arises.
For information regarding preparedness, including a checklist, please visit:
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