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Please join us for this year's first "Lindon Prepared—A City Hall Lecture Series" on Thursday, January 23rd at 7PM. The topic is "Disasters in Utah: Real Events from Past Years and the People Who Responded." Learn about actual emergencies that have affected our neighbors and friends right here in Utah. We'll hear from folks who've helped out in recent fires, train derailments, hazardous materials responses and more. We've set a 2020 citywide preparedness goal for every household to create (or update) a 72-hour emergency kit. These stories will help you understand why that's important!

Lindon City has set a yearlong goal to encourage every household in the city to have a 72-hour emergency kit by the end of 2020.

Lindon Prepared—A City Hall Lecture Series:

  • Thurs, Jan 23, 7PM – Disasters in Utah: Real Events from Past Years and the People Who Responded
  • Thurs, Mar 26, 7PM – Planning for Hospital Patients, Elder Care, Group Homes, Little Kids, and Special Needs
  • Thurs, May 21, 7PM – Mass Casualty Response in a Big Disaster
  • Thurs, July 16, 7PM – School Evacuations and Reunification Plans: What to Expect as Parents, Teachers, Students
  • Thurs, Sept 17, 7PM – Public Input Request: Drill Feedback and 2021 Planning Meeting
  • Thurs, Nov 19, 7PM – Mental Health Preparedness and Mental Health First Aid


Other Important Dates!

  • Saturday, August 22, 12PM – Citywide Block Captain Training Meeting & Potluck Lunch (Community Center)
  • Mon, Sept 14, 6PM – Lindon City Drill
  • *TBD: dates for Preparedness Fair(s)