Emergency Preparedness / Public Safety

Emergency preparedness is everyone's responsibility. Learn how to prepare for, respond to, and mitigate emergencies, including man-made disasters. 

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  1. Heavy Rainfall

Heavy rain can cause pooling, runoffs, and flooding. These events may result in traffic obstructions, road closures, infrastructure damage, power outages, and evacuations.

Preparing for Heavy Rainfall

Here are some safety tips on how you can prepare for the upcoming storm:

Staying Safe During Heavy Rainfall

  • Make sure the tires, headlights, tail lights and wiper blades on your vehicle are in good working condition.
  • If possible, avoid the roads and stay safe at HOME. 
  • If you must drive, drive slowly, safely and be aware of your surroundings.
  • Avoid downed power lines and immediately report them to dispatch at 951-776-1099.
  • Turn around, don't drown! Don't risk driving through flooded areas.
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Local Hazard Mitigation Plan

The City of Jurupa Valley is in the process of updating its Local Hazard Mitigation Plan (LHMP). Thank you for your input on the latest draft.

The LHMP is the primary reference document for the City when preparing for emergency situations. The document is also referenced as emergency situations unfold. 

Local Hazard Mitigation Plan, 2018 (PDF)

Emergency Contacts and Resources