September is National Preparedness month! This month serves as a reminder that we all must take action to prepare for natural and/or man-made disasters that could affect us where we work, live and play.
In recognition of this important month, the Temecula Valley Museum will present an exhibit on Emergency Management during the entire month of September. The exhibit will showcase recent and historical photos of natural disasters that have beleaguered the Temecula Valley. The exhibit will outline the efforts the City of Temecula has taken to help mitigate future natural disasters.
Visitors will also discover ways to better prepare their household in the event of a natural disaster, including developing a household plan and disaster supply kit.
Anyone interested in serving as a disaster service worker (in the event of an emergency in the City of Temecula) will be presented with information on how to join the Temecula Citizen Corps.
For directions and hours of operation of the Temecula Valley Museum please visit www.temeculavalleymuseum.org.