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Brea's Emergency Preparedness Program
The City of Brea has a very active Emergency Preparedness Program coordinated by a professional emergency manager. Public programs available range from those provided upon the request of an organization or group, to the more structured Brea CERT classes offered periodically.
Alert OC Mass Notification System
Information about county-wide emergency mass notification system.
Build Your Own Emergency Kit
Print out the checklist and use it to create or restock an emergency kit for your home or business. Experts recommend planning for self-sufficiency over a three-day period as professional responders address urgent life-threatening situations and restore public safety.
CERT (Community Emergency Response Team)
The Brea Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills to assist their families and others in their neighborhood or workplace immediately following an event when professional emergency responders are not immediately available to help.
Evacuation Planning Guidelines
In this article get information about evacuation planning: what to do before, during, and after an order to evacuate may be issued.
Flooding & Storms
Heavy rain can cause a multitude of problems. Take some basic precautions that can help protect your property. Read on to learn more about how you and your family should prepare for rainy weather.
Heat & Cooling Center Information
Heat waves can trigger special alerts. Here is some useful information.
The National Weather Service predicts strong winter storms that can cause difficulties throughout the state. When this happens, Southern California Edison takes a number of precautionary steps. Likewise, customers will want to do their part preparing for possible service interruptions
Are you an amateur radio operator interested in getting involved in your community? Learn more about the Brea RACES program.
Red Imported Fire Ants
Although many infestations have been treated over the past few years throughout Orange County, Red Imported Fire Ants can still pose a danger to humans.
West Nile Virus
West Nile Virus (WNV) remains a serious public health concern as mosquitos multiply in warmer weather.
Wildfires occur regularly. Read on for a complete list of tips to help protect your home from wildfires.