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Power Outages

6/9/2021 (Permalink)

Severe weather can also include extreme heat.  When temperatures rise the amount of power consumed to keep us cool in our homes also rises.  This can put a strain on the power grid and may result in short term or long-term power outages.  Remember, it may be dark when you lose power.   

Be Prepared for a Power Outage: 

1. Keep Basic Supplies on Hand

~Flashlight, Batteries, Canned Foods, Manual Can Opener, Bottled Water, Cooler

2. Location of your Supplies

~Know where your supplies are.  

~Flashlight location should be easily accessible and on each level of your home. 

3. Do’s and Don’ts 

~Do call and notify the power company of the outage and possible recovery time. 

~Do remember you can use your vehicle for a power source to charge your cell phone. 

~Do not open your refrigerator or freezer if possible. 

~Do not leave any candles or open flames unattended. 

These simple tips can help keep your family prepared when the power is out.

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