An emergency can strike our community, our home, and our family unexpectedly, without warning. Do you know what to do? Does your family know how to contact you? Do you have a plan to connect and meet up with your loved ones?
Fortunately, residents of Hawai‘i have an opportunity to join in an effort to use our powerful resource of community before encountering an emergency—helping ourselves, our families, our neighbors, and our community prepare, and making Hawai‘i ready.
Local agencies across Hawai‘i are teaming up to share information and encourage residents to prepare for catastrophic events with a statewide campaign, Get Ready Hawai‘i.
You will find information on how to build an emergency kit and develop a family emergency plan, including how to contact family members and how to meet up after an emergency. Participate by being prepared yourself and by being an advocate for family emergency preparedness.
Having a Real Emergency? Call 9-1-1
24 Aug 2014 23:26:09 GMT
Tsunami Information Statement
Flood Advisory issued September 01 at 3:45PM HST until September 01 at 6:45PM HST by NWS
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN HONOLULU HAS ISSUED A * FLOOD ADVISORY FOR THE ISLAND OF OAHU IN HONOLULU COUNTY * UNTIL 645 PM HST * AT 336 PM HST...RADAR SHOWED HEAVY RAIN ALONG THE KOOLAU MOUNTAINS FROM KAAAWA TO HEEIA WITH RAIN RATE ABOUT ONE AND A HALF INCHES PER HOUR. RAIN GAGES AT AHUIMANU AND HAKIPUU MAUKA RECORDED
01 Sep 2014 23:58:04 GMT
Central Pacific Tropical Weather Outlook
May 16, 2012
Retail Merchants of Hawaii Partners with Counties for Disaster Preparedness Campaign
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Carol Pregill Retail Merchants of Hawaii 808-592-4200 office cpregill@RMHawaii.org Barbra Pleadwell Hastings &...read more
May 2, 2012
Counties Launch “Get Ready Hawai‘i” Pilot Campaign to Improve Disaster Preparedness
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contacts: John Cummings III, Public Information Officer City and County of Honolulu (808)...read more
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