Citizen Preparedness

Pre-planning and being prepared in the event of an emergency is important for every citizen.  A serious weather event, such as a severe thunderstorm or an ice storm could result in power outages.  Each household should be prepared to be self-sufficient for 72 hours.

Things to consider . . . a power outage means

• No cordless phones
• No ATM machines
• No gasoline pumps
• No water pumps (especially if using well water)
• No power for home health care equipment

 

Household Emergency Plan
Heat Safety Tips
Power Outrage Safety Tips
Thunderstorm Safety Tips
Emergency Supplies
Winter Weather Safety
 
 
Kevin W. Revere, Director
Oneida County Emergency Services
120 Base Road
Oriskany, New York  13424
Phone: 315.765.2527   Fax: 315.765.2529
Email:911@ocgov.net