Plan for medical needs, like devices that use batteries/require power or medications that need to be refrigerated. Visit PG&E's Medical Baseline Program page for more information about the program, resources available, and how to apply.
Prepare backup charging methods for phones or other devices
Keep hard copies of emergency numbers
Create or restock a home emergency kit that includes fresh batteries, flashlights, cash, and first aid supplies. The www.bereadysrv.org (San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District) website has checklists and other ideas for preparing for an emergency
Know how to manually open your garage door
Plan for the needs of your pets
Ensure backup generators are ready and safe to use
PG&E has also established a Safety Action Center web page in order to provide helpful information about wildfire risks and what you can do before, during, and after an emergency to keep your family safe.
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PUBLIC SAFETY REMINDER: Should traffic signals become non-operational, the California Vehicle Code requires motorists to treat those intersections as four-way stops. Please use caution, and watch for other motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians.