Sign up for the volunteer list to help with sandbagging here.
Visit this Google Doc for updates on flooding and sandbagging in your area (Unincorporated Residents only if you live in a city go to them for information/sandbags)
Emergency Preparedness Information
- Sign up for emergency notifications through CodeRED
- To learn more about these emergency notifications visit the Code Red Information Page
Information on Significant Hazards in Weber County
With our ever increasing inter-connected world of mobile devices, computers and internet connected devices, cybercrime is the most likely disaster for individuals, families and businesses to experience. We encourage you to be informed and take the protective actions to safeguard your identity, your money, and your information.
Visit the following links From Be Ready Utah and CISA (Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency) for more info:
More Information Directed Specifically to Businesses
- Cyber Hygiene Services
- CISA Shields Up for Businesses
- CISA Incident Reporting for Businesses
- CISA Cyber Resource Hub
- CISA National Cyber Awareness System
- CISA Training/Exercises
- CISA Incident Response Training
- CISA Service Catalog
- CISA Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog
See Be Ready Utah for more general preparedness information at: beready.utah.gov
First Aid Resources
- Stop the Bleed -- (Guidebook Here) This national campaign has information on lifesaving techniques for stopping bleeding and provides information on classes offered locally, see stopthebleed.org
- Red Cross - For information on emergency first aid, CPR, and other lifesaving medical training, visit the Red Cross at redcross.org
Preparedness Resources for Families
Below are links and resources aimed to help you build a family disaster plan, build a family disaster supplies kit, and complete an emergency preparedness checklist including a hazard hunt in your home. While the list of disasters and emergencies that could occur is diverse, our area is especially prone to earthquakes, wildfires, flooding, and severe weather/storm events. Keep these types of disasters in mind as you build your family disaster/evacuation plans. Remember to consider pets and/or family members with special needs (such as medications/medical devices, and/or mobility issues) in your planning. Plan to be self-sufficient for the first 72 hours following a disaster until emergency resources arrive and begin helping.
- Family Disaster Plan
- Family Disaster Plan - En Español
- Family Disaster Supplies Kit
- Emergency Preparedness Checklist
- Food and Water Preperation
- Preparing for Emergencies - A Checklist for People With Mobility Problems
- Important Document Storage/Management
Preparedness Resources for Businesses
The Weber County Emergency Management office works with the state's Ready your Business initiative to help you develop a business continuity plan. See the links below to the Be Ready Utah and Ready.gov/business to find Business Resources to help you build a business emergency supply kit and a continuity plan for the different hazards we may encounter.