Officials in Portland Are Bracing for the Next Hot and Potentially Deadly Summer

This week’s weather in Portland was pleasant, but the city has already seen two heat waves, and it’s not even Memorial Day yet. Given lessons learned from March’s snowfall, Portland’s Bureau of Emergency Management said it plans for future heat events.

Thursday’s lecture featured emergency managers like Regina Ingabire pleading for improved communication to prepare at-risk populations properly.

β€œHow do we make sure we’re communicating when that’s happening? How do we make sure that they get – we get – information ahead of time so everyone can be on the same page at the same time?” said.

How do we ensure that we are in touch when that occurs? How can we ensure they and we receive knowledge in advance so everyone operates from the same playbook?

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It is common practice for emergency managers to collaborate with groups all around the community, especially those who have direct ties to vulnerable or neglected populations. Future snow and ice events, as well as earthquakes and floods, will likely prompt additional workshops.

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