Join us this Saturday at California’s Preparedness Day!

The big day is almost here! California’s Preparedness Day is this Saturday, September 14th from 10a-2p in Old Sacramento! This exciting day will help your family be more prepared in the event of a disaster or emergency. This is one of the biggest disaster preparedness events in California (and possibly the nation) and it’s also fun, free, and family-friendly!  
There will be LIVE demonstrations, preparedness tips, public safety vehicles, meet-and-greets with first responders, food trucks, music, kid’s area, face painting, and much more! We know you’ll be there, but don’t forget to spread the word to your family and friends by sharing the Facebook event page by clicking here. 

Last year’s event was a tremendous success with thousands of people stopping by to learn how to be preparedget their family ready for the next disaster, and meet public safety heroes.  

For the latest event updates check out our event website or Facebook event page. To check out all the fun from last year, take a look at our photo album and short video! 

See you there!

Monica Vargas

Monica is an Information Officer for the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES). She has been involved in the Aliso Canyon Gas Leak, Valley Fire, Butte Fire, historic drought, Oroville Dam Emergency Spillway Incident, 2017 winter storms, North Bay Fires, Camp Fire, Ridgecrest Earthquake, 2020 Puerto Rico earthquake EMAC PIO, 2020 fire siege and the COVID-19 pandemic. She previously served Cal OES as an analyst in the executive, international affairs and technology offices.

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