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Posted on: May 6, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Pitt County Plans for Hurricane Preparedness Week 2019

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National Hurricane Preparedness Week is scheduled for May 5-11, 2019. As Eastern North Carolina still feels the lingering financial and emotional effects of recent hurricane impacts, Pitt County Emergency Management (PCEM) is taking this opportunity to remind all residents of the importance of preparedness during Hurricane Season, with the following efforts:

Banners: 6’ wide vinyl banners will be displayed throughout the week at the entrances to the County Administrative Offices at 1717 West 5th Street, and the County Office complex at Government Circle, both in Greenville.

Website / Social Media: The home page of the Pitt County website, along with the County Twitter feed, and the PCEM and PCHD Facebook pages, will display special banner graphics promoting hurricane preparedness, along with daily posts containing safety tips and resource information throughout the week.

Ready Kit Checklists: Small, double-sided “Ready Kit Checklist” cards will be distributed at the Kickoff Event and throughout the week. These feature a checklist of items needed for every “Ready Kit,” along with basic information on hurricane classification and emergency contact information. These cards are printed in both English and Spanish, and can be downloaded at www.PittCountyNC.gov/HURRICANE.

For more information on the events of this week, as well as County planning and response to any hurricane threat, just visit www.PittCountyNC.gov/HURRICANE.

2019 Hurricane Preparedness Week Banner


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