Public Health Preparedness
Public Health emergencies disrupt hundreds of thousands of lives every year. The threat of infectious diseases can happen anytime. Public health emergencies come with vector-borne diseases, such as West Nile Virus, food borne illness like e. coli, and vaccine-resistant illness such as Tuberculosis, or an extremely virulent flu strain. Glacier County Health Department partners with other agencies to coordinate a response system for the well-being of the citizens of Glacier County.
Things You Can Do Right Now To Be Prepared
Check and change the batteries in your smoke alarms and replace all alarms that are more than 10 years old.
Post a list of emergency phone numbers near all the telephones in your home.
Organize and practice a family fire drill.
- Make an Emergency Supply Kit
- Make a clear communication plan to prepare your family for how you will communicate in the event of an emergency.
Click here to take the preparedness quiz
You should be ready to be self-sufficient for at least three days, this means providing for your own shelter, first aid, food, water, and sanitation.
Keep informed of emergency events and monitor your local television and radio stations to obtain official information during an emergency. Additional information may be found on the Glacier County website
Local Radio Stations
KMON 560 AM
KSEN 1150 AM
KZIN 96.7 FM