Emergency prep series continues Saturday in Cupertino

In the latest edition of an ongoing series of events aimed at helping local residents and their families prepare for emergency and disaster situations, Cupertino officials are hosting another free workshop this weekend.

While fire season has so far been mild, dry weather and warm temperatures often continue well into October, and the threat of earthquakes and flash flooding is persistent, meaning everyone should have a plan in place.

The workshop will teach attendees how to get ready for multiple situations, including developing emergency plans, how and when to turn off natural gas, fire extinguisher use, and an overview of the City’s emergency plan.

Cupertino’s session, the latest in an ongoing series from the City, is similar to those held by other cities in our region in recent months and is free to attend.

This weekend’s workshop is Saturday, October 5, from 8 to 11 a.m. Cupertino City Hall’s Emergency Operations Center, 10300 Torre Ave., will host the event.

For more information on the workshop, click here.

Space is limited. To RSVP, email City Staff by clicking here or by calling 408-777-3176.