|Title||City of Hoboken. Office of Emergency Management. WHERE WILL YOU OR YOUR FAMILY BE WHEN A DISASTER STRIKES?|
|Collection||Hoboken Hurricane Sandy Collection|
|Scope & Content||
City of Hoboken. Office of Emergency Management. WHERE WILL YOU OR YOUR FAMILY BE
WHEN A DISASTER STRIKES? [No date, circa 2006-2009].
Thirty-one page booket (digital format, PDF; on file) being a locally adapted Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) publication on disaster planning and preparedness for individuals and families. A manual issued initially as part of response to September 11th, it has continued to made available by the City of Hoboken with renewed emphasis due to the impact and aftermath of Hurricane (Superstorm) Sandy. This publication was still available online in 2014 at this official city website, URL: http://www.hobokennj.org/ready/
Comprehensive coverage for many types of disasters or related situations. Goes beyond floods and hurricanes to cover thunder and lightning, winter storms, extreme heat and snow emergencies.
Date of creation is not stated, but it was not before 2006 and probably not later than 2009.
Credits on page 
The City of Hoboken Office of Emergency Management wishes to acknowledge the contributions to the content and design of this booklet to the following sources: The Federal Emergency Management Agency, American Red Cross, New Jersey Department of Homeland Security [cataloguer's note: this agency was established in 2006], New Jersey State Police Office of Emergency Management, Ready Together New Jersey, Ready Now, Hoboken Police Department, Hoboken Fire Department, and Hoboken Divisions of Environmental and Human Services.
The information was compiled and arranged by Meadowlands Associates, Inc. at the direction of Mayor David Roberts [served until 2009], the Hoboken City Council, Hoboken Police Capt. James Fitzsimmons, Hoboken OEM Director with assistance from OEM Deputy Coordinators Joel Mestre and Patrick Ricciardi.
|Year Range from||2006.0|
|Year Range to||2014.0|
Office of Emergency Management, City of Hoboken
FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency)
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