Emergency Water Distribution Exercise
Working with Partners to Distribute Water
DATE: 2nd Saturday, APRIL 13, 2019
TIME: 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
PLACE: Concord School Property,
ADDRESS: 3811 SE Concord Rd, Oak Grove
ACCESS: DRIVE THROUGH EXERCISE, Access from Oatfield Ave. into Spaulding Ave.
CONTACT: Greg Wenneson, OLCERT: email@example.com
We know how difficult it is to get organized for an emergency, and three partners from your community want to help make it a little easier to prepare your household by learning about emergency water preparedness.
Oak Lodge Water Services, the Clackamas Fire District #1, and the Oak Lodge Community Emergency Response Team (OLCERT) have partnered to conduct an emergency preparedness exercise testing the distribution of potable water.
Community members are invited to BRING A CLEAN 1-5 GALLON CONTAINER and drive through the exercise, where staff will fill containers and distribute emergency preparedness materials.
Remember to bring your own CLEAN 1-5 GALLON WATER CONTAINER.
Start your emergency prep with water: Two Weeks Ready!
Emergency preparedness calls for 1 gallon per person per day for 14 days. That's 14 gallons per person, and don't forget to have some on hand for your pets.