About 8 years ago, a small group of Neighborhood Council members passionate about emergency preparedness formed the North Valley Disaster Preparedness Team for the sole purpose of managing and presenting a Valley Disaster Preparedness Fair.
In 2013, 10 area Neighborhood Councils participated:, Granada Hills North, Granada Hills South, Lake Balboa, Northridge East, Northridge South, Northridge West, Mission Hills, North Hills West, Chatsworth, and Porter Ranch.
Additional funding, donations, and resources were provided by Councilmember Mitch Englander, public-private partnerships, and local businesses. Sponsors and contributors share the cost of the starter kits, food and incidental expenses to produce the fair. If you would like to be notified of our meetings and receive the agendas via email, go to L.A.

The Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (PDRRMC) of Bulacan together with the award winning rescue teams of Pulilan, Santa Maria, Cities of San Jose del Monte and Malolos proudly show their trophies during the Monday flag raising ceremony at the Capitol Gym yesterday.
Now in its 7th year, the group previously dropped the “North” from its name because there had been so much interest in expanding the Fair’s reach to encompass much more of the Valley. In addition to free food, a highlight is the distribution of free Emergency Preparedness starter kits to families that register.  Last year, the Fair gave away 500 kits. No selling is permitted but hundreds of products are displayed, and there are many demonstrations and activities for adults and children. There are also raffles for safety products and free child ID kits, courtesy of Granada Hills Masonic Lodge 378.

Some of the original founders are still involved and many of the same individual NCs have been contributing and participating from the beginning. In addition, nearly 300 vendors, NC representatives, Scouts, police and fire cadets and other support personnel.
Also in the photo are Provincial Administrator Jim Valerio, PDRRMO Executive Officer Liz Mungcal and City of Malolos Mayor Christian Natividad.

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