Volcano Disaster Preparedness

BEFORE AN ERUPTION

  • Volcano Disaster PreparednessPrepare an emergency kit and make a family communications plan. (Click Here)
  • Follow evacuation orders issued by authorities.
  • Danger from mudflow increases near waterways and with heavy rain. Mudflows can move very fast, so do not cross any bridge if a mudflow is approaching.
  • Avoid low-lying areas such as valleys and rivers.

Other useful links:

  • USGS Volcano Hazards Program includes activity updates, feature stories, information about volcano hazards and resources.

LIVE WEATHER UPDATES HERE

OR CLICK THE LINKS LOCATED IN THE MAP ON THE LEFT FOR LIVE UPDATES

MAYBE EXPLAIN THE IDEOLOGY OF A VOLCANO AND WHY IT WOULD ERUPT

ALSO THE EVACUATION ROUTES AND NUMBERS OF LOCAL SHELTERS 

PLACES TO FIND FOOD/SHELTER/ETC

Don't Delay, Call Us Today!

Southshore 504-486-7441 | Northshore 985-674-2695 | Statewide 800-486-7441