Our "Are You Ready?" brochure has a wealth of information about emergency preparedness. In its pages you will learn how to make sure you're informed about potential Carver County disasters, how to prepare for the unexpected and how to connect with others in your community.
Our Toolkit brochure has websites to help you be more prepared for whatever may happen. It includes tips for families with children, with pets, for older Americans and for people who have special needs. You'll also find information about both seasonal and pandemic flu.
Winter in Minnesota. There's nothing quite like it. We enjoy cold-weather activities like snowmobiling, skiing, ice fishing, sledding and many more. Along with all of winter's opportunities, however, come winter's dangers. Icy streets and sidewalks; below-freezing temperatures that can cause problems for humans, cars, homes and other buildings; holiday accidents, and risks of fire are all part of winter, too. The ReadyCarver brochure Winter Happens is a good source of information to help prevent winter casualties of all kinds.
This is the Spanish version of the “Are You Ready?” brochure, which provides information on how to be informed, prepared and connected prior to or during an emergency.
This is the Spanish version of the "Winter Happens" brochure, which is a good source of information on preventing winter casualties of all kinds.
ReadyCarver brochures are in PDF format. You will need Adobe Reader software to open and print the documents. Mac users can use the Preview application.
Each brochure is formatted for legal-sized paper (8.5" x 14"), but can be printed on standard letter-sized paper (8.5" x 11").
The brochures are meant to be printed on one sheet of paper. If your printer can print duplex (two-sided printing), the brochures can be folded to create a tri-fold brochure.
Learn about the emergencies we face in Carver County and Minnesota.
Prepare for a disaster or emergency by having the appropriate plan and disaster supply kits.
Take responsibility, be informed, and volunteer.
Get Alerts, News and Updates from Carver County on emergency topics.