The city of Beverly Hills, Beverly Hills Fire Department and Beverly Hills Police Department are holding a family-friendly emergency preparedness event on Sunday, March 26, from 2-4 p.m. at the La Cienega Park Community Center, 8400 Gregory Way.
The event will offer information on Just In Case BH, the city’s emergency and disaster preparedness training program. The Just In Case BH program worked with the BHFD and BHPD to assemble the city’s first emergency supply box, which will be installed at La Cienega Park.
“Our incredible fire and police departments, along with our ‘Just in Case BH’ volunteers, have truly made our community their top priority when it comes to ensuring everyone gets access to life saving medical supplies,” Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse said. “Emergency supply boxes such as these will give our residents and businesses another valuable resource they can get to quickly in an emergency.”
The emergency supply box will contain basic first aid items that can be accessed and used during a large-scale emergency when community members need supplies.
“In addition to our city’s emergency supplies we have stocked in key locations, it’s important we also have additional medical supplies available throughout the city,” Beverly Hills Fire Chief Greg Barton said. “We plan to install more of these supply boxes in each of the nine ‘Just In Case BH’ zones in the coming months.”
For information, visit beverlyhills.org/justincasebh.
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