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September is National Emergency Preparedness Month!

Don't Wait, Communicate!  Make Your Emergency Plan Today!

We will be posting tips and resources for Benton County residents on our social media pages throughout the month.  If you haven't already, follow us on Twitter and Facebook!  Below is a list of what to expect for National Emergency Preparedness Month.

August 28th - September 3rd:         It's the Kickoff to National Preparedness Month.
September 4th - September 10th:   Tune in learn how to prepare for emergencies with Friends and Family.
September 11th - September 17th: We'll go over how to prepare for emergencies as a Community.
September 18th - September 24th: This week is about Individual Preparedness.  Watch for tips on how to keep 
yourself prepared for emergencies.
September 25th - September 30th: The last week of Emergency Preparedness Month is all about our community.  
We hope to hear what our residents are 
doing to 
stay prepared!  Also, we'll be
doing a National PrepareAthon Day on September 30th!  Tell us what 
preparedness 
activities you are participating in!





About Benton County Emergency Services

 
  
Benton County Emergency Services is made up of two divisions:  the Southeast Communications Center (SECOMM) and Benton County Emergency Management (BCEM).  SECOMM and BCEM work together to assist emergency responders and promote community safety.
 
SECOMM is the 9-1-1 dispatch center for Kennewick Police and Fire, Richland Police and Fire, West Richland Police, Benton County Sheriff's Office, Prosser Police and Benton County Fire Protection Districts 1, 2, 4, 5 and 6 and West Benton Fire District (Prosser).  Dispatchers at SECOMM answer all 9-1-1 calls throughout Benton County.
 
BCEM works to minimize the impact of disasters on the people, property, economy and environment of Benton County, through comprehensive disaster planning, preparedness education, training and resource coordination.  In addition to hazards such as wildfires and floods, BCEM plans and prepares for emergencies at the Hanford site and the Columbia Generating Station.
 
 

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