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• water (1 gallon per day per person) • food (nonperishable and easy to prepare)• can opener• first-aid kit• flashlights • extra batteries• medicines and medical items• a multipurpose tool to turn off utilities• sanitation and hygiene items • copies of personal documents• blankets/sleeping bags• extra cash, credit card, and/or cashier’s check• list of important numbers• a whistle to signal for help• dust masks• local maps • battery-powered or hand crank radio
You can find out more through FEMAs Ready Campaign at: https://www.ready.gov/
The fee for fingerprint cards is $10 per card for Town of Tonawanda residents and $50 per card for non-residents. You must bring exact change, no personal checks are accepted. You must also have proper identification.
Avoid washing laundry during scheduled flushing times. Wait until the water runs clear at the tap, then wash a load of dark clothes first.
If pressure or volume seems low, check your faucet screens for trapped particles.