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Last Updated: 2010-01-12

Richmond Ready Radio Chats

Richmond Fire and Emergency Services, Office of Emergency Management has collaborated with WRIR, 97.3FM, to host live interviews. The Richmond Ready initiative will feature subject matter experts discussing emergency preparedness tips. Check back soon for the 2012 schedule and be sure to tune in!

Richmond Ready Radio Chats 2011 Archive

  • December - Winter Preparedness - As temperatures start to drop, find out how to keep you and your family safe and prepared for the upcoming winter.
  • November - Fire Prevention - Listen to and learn the steps individuals and families can take to prevent fires in their homes.
  • September - National Preparedness Month - Are you ready? Listen to learn important tips on how to ensure you and your family are prepared
  • AugustAll About Water – Learn about the City’s water supply, wise use of water, water conservation steps, what happens during water conservation, and how the water system impacts property owners insurance.
  • JulyPet Preparedness – Keep your furry friends safe during the summer heat! Tips on how to prepare for your pets.
  • JuneNational Safety Month – The goal of National Safety Month is to raise public awareness of safety as the summer season is traditionally a time of increased unintentional injuries and fatalities. Find out how to keep your family safe this summer.
  • MayHurricane Preparedness – Hurricane Season starts June 1st, Plan Now! Learn about hurricanes and what you can do to prepare your family.
  • AprilNational Volunteer Programs – Information about three opportunities to get involved in your community, Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), Neighborhood Watch and Medical Reserve Corps (MRC).
  • MarchTornado Preparedness – Tornados can strike at anytime. Learn the signs of tornados, the difference between a tornado watch and warning and what to do when a tornado heads your way.
  • FebruaryBusiness Preparedness – Learn about how to plan for unexpected events that might have an adverse impact on your business operations.
  • JanuaryWinter Preparedness - Winter in Virginia can be cold, snowy and icy. Listen to hear how the City clears roads, what you can do to prepare at home, information about the proper use of space heaters and much more!

Contact Information:

Fire Department
City of Richmond
201 E. Franklin St.
Richmond, VA
23219 USA
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Phone: (804)646-2500

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