Prepare. Plan. Stay Informed.
The Ready Campaign of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, educating and empowering Americans to prepare for emergencies including natural disasters and potential terrorist attacks.
Ready Illinois Disaster Preparedness
The Ready Illinois website is a ‘one-stop shop’ for information on what to do before, during and after a disaster,” said IEMA Director Jonathon Monken. “Since the website was first launched in 2007, more than half a million people have turned to Ready Illinois for disaster preparedness-related information. This revision will help them find needed emergency preparedness information more quickly.
Illinois Fire Safety Alliance
The purpose of the Alliance is to bring together persons or groups with a common interest in fire safety, burn prevention, and public education, and to promote programs and disseminate information related to fire safety and burn prevention.
Residential Pre-plan Keeping Your Home Safe
Nobody expects or wants to be involved in a house fire. But if this happens, you should be fully prepared. Your preparation should include providing a pre-plan of your house and occupants to your fire department.Register and provide your pre-plan now – your information will be sent directly to your fire department and may someday help them protect you, your family and your property.
Commercial Pre-plan Keeping your Business Safe
Nobody expects or wants to be involved in a fire. But if this happens, you should be fully prepared. Your preparation should include providing a pre-plan of your property and occupants to your fire department.
Kendall County, located in northeastern Illinois, combines city assets with a small town lifestyle and is an attractive location for businesses. The region’s convenient location and moderate population encourage local economic growth and support a variety of recreational and cultural opportunities. The County occupies approximately 320 square miles and is considered part of the Chicago metropolitan area. The County seat is located in Yorkville.
United Village of the City of Yorkville
On behalf of the Yorkville community, we would like to extend our personal welcome and introduce you to the United City of Yorkville. We invite you to enjoy our small town charm, top-notch parks, great recreational facilities and hometown pride. Whether you visit here on our Web site, or in person, we’re glad you stopped by!
National Organization on Disability
Individuals with or without disabilities can lessen the impact of a disaster by taking steps to prepare be fire an event occurs.
NOAA Weather Radio
Information on emergency weather warnings.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Your online source for credible health information.
Kitchen/Cooking Fire Safety
Many families gather in the kitchen to spend time together, but it can be one of the most hazardous rooms in the house if you don’t practice safe cooking behaviors.
Yorkville Chamber of Commerce
Founded in 1971, the Yorkville Area Chamber of Commerce provides networking, educational, and promotional opportunities to over 300 member businesses.
Common Voices is an Advocates’ Coalition sponsored by the National Fire Sprinkler Association. The advocates that serve as the Coalitions Advisory Committee have all been directly affected by fire. By bringing their voices together, the NFSA hopes to assist the advocates in their quest to ensure that others will not have to deal with similar tragedies. This Coalition strives to make a difference by sharing their stories and influencing change.