Stay Informed

One minute everything is fine and the next major trouble is brewing. Situations can change rapidly, especially the weather. It’s important to stay informed on the conditions in your area. Whether tornado, a major fire, or other hazard, knowing what to expect, where to avoid, and the actions you need to take can save your life. The following links are ways you can stay informed in your community.

Get help! Know who to call

In an emergency, always call 911

To learn more about disaster preparedness, contact your local emergency manager.

For more information about pandemic influenza or other health concerns, contact your local public health agency.

Many other federal, state and local agencies work together to help our community prepare for and respond to emergencies.

Latest News and Updates

@PrepareMetroKC Twitter Hub

The MetroKC #PrepList Twitter feed below from @PrepareMetroKC is a compilation of Twitter accounts for over 80 county, city, police, fire and emergency management agencies in the Kansas City metro.

Twitter and Facebook lists are a good way to organize the people you want to get information from. They offer a way for you to bunch other users into groups so that you can get information from them (e.g. trusted emergency management personnel) in one place — that list. To build your own preparedness list (prep list) on social media, simply download the instructions generously provided by FEMA Region 7Twitter & Facebook Lists for Emergencies: Creating a #preplist >

If your agency is not already included on the MetroKC #PrepList and would like to be added, please email your Twitter handle to info@preparemetrokc.org.

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