Learn How to Prepare for Severe Weather at the Severe Weather Awareness Expo This Saturday

Make plans to attend the Severe Weather Awareness Expo and learn how you and your family can keep safe before and after severe weather hits.

Community preparedness inherently involves ensuring our readiness to respond to individual and community emergencies. Tornadoes, wildfires, winter storms and floods, among other natural disasters can devastate larger areas and impact many residents. Given the extreme frequency of natural disasters in the state of Oklahoma it is imperative we as individuals and as a community are prepared.

Learn how you and your family can keep safe before and after severe weather hits. Join us for an afternoon of family fun, weather education, meet and greets with weather experts, and much more.

Severe Weather Awareness Expo
Penn Square Mall
Saturday, March 7

The Allstate Insurance Foundation and United Way of Central Oklahoma will be handing out disaster kits. Plus, local weather stations, American Red Cross, and several other businesses will be available to educate the community on how to plan and prepare for when severe weather hits.

For more details click here.

Preparedness Information to Help You and Your Family

Download a FREE Copy of our Special Report: Community Preparedness.

For information on and to sign up for Oklahoma City’s Accessible Hazard Alert System, click here.

For more severe weather preparedness information, please visit the City of Oklahoma City’s Preparedness Website.