Swalwell's Office to Host Emergency Preparedness Trainings in Dublin and San Lorenzo

March 6, 2020
Press Release

UPDATE MARCH 12, 2020: Due to coronavirus concerns, and on advice of local, state and federal health authorities, these events have been cancelled. We are exploring how to share emergency preparedness training details either via livestream or via recorded video; watch for details coming soon. Thanks for your understanding. Stay safe, and wash your hands!

 

CASTRO VALLEY, CA – The office of Rep. Eric Swalwell will host Emergency Preparedness Trainings later this month in Dublin and San Lorenzo.

“California – particularly our 15th Congressional District – is a great place to live, but we’re prone to certain risks. We have earthquakes, wildfires, and mudslides; our beautiful Bay Area’s international profile could make us a target for terrorism; and public health issues like the new coronavirus can impact our day-to-day lives,” Swalwell said. “These aren’t things we should worry about constantly, but they are things for which we should be prepared. To help you be ready, my office will host two Emergency Preparedness Trainings later this month.”

The trainings are scheduled for:

 

10 a.m.– noon Saturday, March 21

Community Room

Dublin Library

200 Civic Plaza, Dublin, CA 94568

Please click here to RSVP for the Dublin training.

 

1–3 p.m. Saturday, March 28

Greenhouse Community Room

San Lorenzo Library

395 Paseo Grande, San Lorenzo, CA 94580

Please click here to RSVP for the San Lorenzo training.

 

The trainings will feature presentations from experts to guide attendees through four steps to prepare for emergencies or disasters, the actions people need to take now, and how people can use what they prepare. These are office-hosted; Congressman Swalwell will not be present.

These trainings are free and open to all residents of California's 15th Congressional District, which includes San Ramon, Dublin, Pleasanton, Livermore, Sunol, Hayward, Union City, Castro Valley, San Lorenzo, Cherryland, Ashland and Fairview as well as parts of Fremont and Danville.

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