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Posted on: September 7, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Chino Cares Emergency Preparedness Fair

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The City of Chino, in collaboration with the Chino Police Department, Chino Valley Fire District, and the California Fire Foundation, is proud to announce the inaugural Chino Cares Emergency Preparedness Fair. Timed to coincide with National Preparedness Month, this event is designed to empower Chino residents with the knowledge and tools needed to effectively navigate emergency situations. 

Date: September 16, 2023 
Time: 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Location: Chino Civic Center, 13220 Central Avenue 

Chino Cares Preparedness Fair Meets National Preparedness Month: 
The Chino Cares Preparedness Fair will help amplify Chino's commitment to community readiness in celebration of National Preparedness Month. This event will offer emergency preparedness informational booths, touch-a-truck experiences, live emergency preparedness demonstrations, emergency supply vendors, and giveaways. 

Households that pre-register will receive a free emergency preparedness starter kit, while supplies last. For event and registration details, visit the Chino Cares Preparedness Fair page.

Empowering Older Adults Through National Preparedness Month:  
National Preparedness Month is recognized every September as a time to focus on preparing for the types of emergencies that can affect us where we live, work, and visit. The initiative encourages individuals, communities, and businesses to take steps to ensure they are prepared for disasters and emergencies of all types.  

This year’s National Preparedness Month theme, "Take Control in 1, 2, 3," puts the focus on preparing older adults who are particularly vulnerable during disasters. This theme empowers everyone to:  

  • Assess their needs: Understand how medications, mobility devices, and pets factor into emergency plans.  
  • Make a plan: Tailor emergency plans to individual needs.  
  • Engage a support network: Build and inform a support network to assist during a disaster.  

For more information and resources, please visit    

A United Community is a Prepared Community:
The City of Chino and its partner organizations invite all community members to actively participate in this crucial event. Together, we can transform awareness into action, ensuring a safer and more resilient community for all. 

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