KPD prepared the “Wildfire Preparedness & Evacuation” brochure in conjunction with the El Cerrito Fire and Police DepartmentsWildfire Preparedness & Evacuation
Note that the Kensington Fire District website also has several brochures on emergency preparation, such as “Ready, Set, Go! Wildland Fire Action Guide," "Kensington Evacuation Brochure," and "Evacuation Tips." Visit https://www.kensingtonfire.org/safety-tips-resources
Emergency Warning Notifications
Contra Costa County Community Warning System
If you have a phone and wish to get a call to alert you to an imminent threat, call (925) 313-9622, or register your number here.
The KPPCSD uses Nixle to inform residents of emergencies in our local area, such as public safety threats and dangerous weather, as well as traffic advisories and community events. You are strongly encouraged to sign up to receive email and/or text message alerts. Sign up at nixle.com or by texting your zip code to 888777.
Disaster often strikes without warning. Below you will find several documents that may assist you in preparing your emergency supplies. Please note that these lists and links have been provided from outside sources for your information and are not necessarily endorsed by KPPCSD.Emergency Water Storage and BleachRecord KeeperSuggested Emergency SuppliesSuggested Supplies For Neighborhood ShedSummary of Grossman's Earthquake Preparedness TrainingEvacuation Checklist
www.ready.gov is presented by FEMA. It’s designed to help people prepare for natural disasters, including wildfires.
Contra Costa Health Services
Contra Costa Health Service's website provides good information on emergency preparedness.