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    Santa Clarita Officials To Educate The Public On Emergencies, Disasters

    City of Santa Clarita officials are planning to participate in September's National Preparedness Month to help educate the public on how to prepare for emergencies and disasters.

    Prepare Your Household For An Emergency During Drought Crisis

    Regardless of conservation campaigns, new statistics show that California’s drought is only getting worse. With several homes in Santa Clarita ignoring conservation efforts, and rainfall at an all time low, it’s important that Californians realize the magnitude of this emergency.

    Santa Clarita Amateur Radio Club Hosts Annual Field Day

    The Santa Clarita Amateur Radio Club will host their annual Field Day event in a few weeks. Amateur radio operators will participate in a drill that will test their capability to set up and provide communication in the case of an emergency.

    Do You Have Enough Water Stored For Emergencies?

    From the historic 6.7 magnitude Northridge earthquake of 1994 to the more recent wildfires, California is one of the most at risk areas for Natural disaster.

    With the threat of wildfires, heat waves, mudslides and crippling earthquakes, emergency preparedness should be at the forefront of every Californian’s mind. This is especially true as, according to NASA scientists, “The deepest drought in more than a century unfolds.”

    The Jan. 17, 1994 Northridge Earthquake Remembered By Santa Clarita

    The Jan. 17, 1994 Northridge earthquake changed the Santa Clarita Valley as we know it, when Santa Clarita was suddenly shaken at 4:30 a.m.

    Red Cross District Office To Close Doors In Santa Clarita

    Los Angeles Red Cross officials confirmed Tuesday that the Santa Clarita District Office on Valencia Boulevard will be closing by the end of the month. They have not yet determined whether the office will be moved to another location in the SCV.

    Castaic Animal Shelter Receives New Animal Transport Trailer

    Four new trailers donated to the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control will better equip staff to transport animals and house them during an emergency. The Castaic Animal Care Center received one of the trailers.

    L.A. Emergency Officials Want People To Be Ready In Case Of A Disaster

    Many people can be affected by disasters big and small. This includes earthquakes, windstorms and fires.

    Henry Mayo Memorial Hospital To Host Donate-A-Bear Drive

    The Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital is collecting teddy bears for emergency room child patients on September 8 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. The Donate-a-bear collection is expected to be held near the pavilion building entrance.

    Recovery Workshop Held For Victims Of The Powerhouse Fire

    In response to the impact of the Powerhouse Fire, the Los Angeles County Supervisor’s Office held a recovery workshop for victims at Hughes-Elizabeth Lakes Union Elementary School on Tuesday.