In the event of an earthquake, will you have enough drinking water?
The 107th anniversary of the devastating 1906 earthquake is coming up on Thursday, April 18th.
This April, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) encourages all Bay Area residents and business leaders to take the time to discuss plans, supplies and ideas with your family and community to ready your home or office for an emergency or catastrophic event.
Be a Local Hero Contest!
This April, we want to know your tips for emergency preparedness and any precautions you and your family or office have taken to be prepared for an earthquake or natural disaster.
Tweet us @WSIPInTheNews between April 8 and 12, and let us know what you're doing to be a local water hero by demonstrating (via photo) or sharing your own tips. Participants will receive a pen and certificate.
We'll retweet some of your tips during the week of April 15, but are encouraging your participation all month long. All cities and residents are eligible for a certificate by tweeting us your tip or showing how your city, home or office is a local hero.
View Our Short Informational Videos on Emergency Preparedness As It Relates To Water:
Keep a 3-day water supply just in case
If your supply runs out, you can treat your tap water
Locate the water shutoff valve to your building or residence before an emergency
For more information and to view our videos, visit sfwater.org/BePrepared or www.sf72.org.