The City has a number of resources to help you to help you during an emergency. Learn about receiving alerts and reporting emergency on our Reporting an Emergency page which includes sign up information about Reverse 9-1-1 and Smart911.
Become emergency prepared
- Have an Emergency Plan
- Have an Emergency Communications Plan
- Have a Disaster Supply Kit
- Take an emergency preparedness class
Periodically, the City of Tempe and neighboring cities offer a hands-on course for the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). This course can show you how to work with neighbors and others before first responders arrive.
More information about emergency preparedness
Ready.gov is a campaign from Homeland Security. It can help you prepare for all types of emergencies and disasters.
Listo.gov en español. Planee anticipadamente para los desastres.
FEMA.gov en español. Agencia federal de gestión de emergencias
Keep up with information from the City of Tempe
The City of Tempe has a variety of communication channels to keep its residents and visitors informed. You can sign up for a variety of social media platforms and email notification lists used by the city.
Consider a social media platform such as Nextdoor.com to connect with your neighbors.