Welcome!!! Your Emergency Preparedness Network (over 80 Claremont Volunteers) is committed to informing, preparing, and organizing our community to survive a major disaster.

Meet your Zone Leader - OUR GOAL IS TO MEET AND PROVIDE AN UPDATED RESIDENT EMERGENCY KIT WITHIN 30 DAYS OF YOUR ARRIVAL. Your Zone Leader helps residents prepare, organizes zone resources, and gathers/distributes key information. In an emergency, they direct resources, recovery, and medical resources. There are 64 primary/secondary Zone Leaders for Claremont's 32 zones. Your location (lot number) determines which Zone you are part of. Count on your Zone Leader to help you get acquainted with neighbors and to prepare for emergencies.

Zone Leader New Resident Welcome Letter / Introduction and Request for Resident Information. (Click to downlaod)

Below are the most recent items contained in a Resident's Emergency Kit!

#Resource (click here to download /
review / possibly save
1Resident Kit Cover Page, Immediate Action, Inventory, How to...Resident Kit Cover
Immediate Action
Inventory of Items
How To
2Specific Zone Roster
(cannot download)
Zone Leader will Provide your specific Zone Roster - You'll be
asked to add your point of contact INFORMATION. This is a great tool to get to know your immediate neighbors.
Regional Emergency Network PLOT Map
Overview of Regions, Zones, Medical Caches, and Medical Teams
4OK/HELP BannerResident Status - displayed in Emergency
5Gran N' Go Bag InventoryAn inventory listing of essential items. They should be placed in a backpack and readily available should you need to immediately evacuate.
6Claremont First Aid GuideClaremont Medical Team prepared First Aid Guide - this is a large document; you can obtain a paper copy from the CCA Front Office.
7Resident GuidelinesBasic Emergency Information Guide for All Residents
8Prepare Your Family for Emergencies Two page, valuable handout for preparing your family for emergencies
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