Lynnwood Community Health & Safety Fair Scheduled for 2022
2020 was a year filled with many challenges included most events being cancelled. This included the cancellation of Fair on 44th which is the City of Lynnwood’s annual health and safety fair. In years past the fair helps raise awareness about emergency preparedness. Families and communities gather to provide vehicle tours, station tours, hands-on demonstrations such as fire extinguisher demos, escape plans or fitness and exercise tips.
The City of Lynnwood has decided that they will again hold the fair in year 2022.
In the meantime, review the following steps to help you and your family be better prepared for an emergency:
Register for local alerts and warnings, you can download various apps or check access for wireless emergency alerts.
Develop and test your emergency communication plan. Ensure your contacts are updated.
Assemble or update your emergency supply kit, make sure nothing is expired or out of date.
Learn about local hazards and how you can be better prepared.
Practice your emergency response drill with your household members.
Collect and backup critical documents of importance.
Make a plan with your neighborhood to share resources and contact information.
Document property/valuables and make sure you have proper insurance coverage should an issue arise.
Make any property improvements that could reduce the risk of injury or damage during a disaster.
If you have questions about preparing your property for a disaster contact your emergency preparedness professionals at SERVPRO of Lynnwood- 425-774-1148.