To better prepare yourself in the event of an emergency, navigate through the links below to develop your own personalized evacuation plan and learn what kind of preparations can make your property more fire safe. Citizens are able to register for the emergency alert system, develop a personalized homeowner checklist, learn about defensible space and hardening your home to better protect your property, create an evacuation "go bag" and even learn about fire preparedness before hiking or camping in the area. There are available resources for animal evacuation preparedness and child evacuation preparedness listed below.
A summary provided by CAL FIRE of what you can do before, during and after a wildfire is available here
Tuolumne County Animal Control has developed information for livestock and small animals including dogs, cats, birds, hamsters and reptiles. This information can be used as a guide for residents preparing for an evacuation to better the safety of their animals. There is also other information available from FEMA and CAL FIRE regarding general preparedness for all animals.
CHILD EVACUATION PREPAREDNESS
Additional information for parents about preparing your children for an emergency is available here: