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  • Map of 3 colors of evacuation zones, red, yellow, green

    Find Your Evacuation Zone

    "Know Your Zone" and find out if you live in one of the state’s three hurricane evacuation zones (Zone A, B, or C) which may be evacuated during a hurricane.

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  • Image showing emergency kit checklist and supplies (flashlight, batteries, canned food, etc)

    September is Emergency Preparedness Month

    September is the time to get prepared for emergencies! Learn how to prepare yourself, your family, and your community before a disaster and learn about preparedness month initiatives.

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  • Hurricane storm clouds

    Hurricane Season

    Hurricane season began June 1st. Find your hurricane evacuation zone, stay informed about the hazards you may face from a hurricane, and learn how you can be prepared.

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  • Man checking emergency alerts on his smartphone

    Download the Massachusetts Alerts Smartphone App

    Receive weather warnings and emergency alerts on MEMA’s free smartphone app, Massachusetts Alerts, for iPhone and Android devices.

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  • Banner for the Great Shakeout (earthquake exercise). Full text says: "Join Us for the World's Largest Earthquake Drill. Register Now at www.Shakeout.org. October 16, 2014

    Register to participate in the Great ShakeOut!

    MEMA encourages individuals, families, schools and organizations to participate in the Great Shakeout earthquake drill on October 16th, 2014 by practicing "Drop, Cover, and Hold On!"

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  • Graphic for "See Something Say Something campaign". Text on graphic says: Report suspicious activity. Call 9-1-1 or your local police department.

    See Something Say Something

    The initiative highlights the important role the public plays in maintaining a safe environment and preventing terrorism. Remember if you see something suspicious report it to your local police department or call 9-1-1.

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