Communication Plan: How to Get Emergency Information2020-07-182020-12-29https://transitiontwincities.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/transition-logo.jpgTransition Twin Citieshttps://transitiontwincities.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/transition-logo.jpg200px200px
Invest in a NOAA weather radio, which will turn on automatically when severe weather approaches your area. This will be particularly important when severe storms or tornadoes occur at night.
Call ECHO Phone 1-888-883-8831 (toll-free within Minnesota) for background information (in multiple languages) on emergency situations, as well as for instructions on how to stay safe and where to go for more information.
If you have become separated from family, Red Cross Get Help can help you find loved ones or a local shelter.
There are also a variety of phone apps that may be useful for contacting people and receiving or sending emergency information.
This email series is brought to you by neighborhood volunteers at Transition Longfellow. It is designed to help you become more prepared for extreme weather emergencies. Transition Longfellow does not endorse or recommend any of the products mentioned in this email series. Neither Transition Longfellow nor Transition Twin Cities receives any compensation for products mentioned on their websites. Products are mentioned for illustration purposes only.
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