Liv Woebkenberg sits in the driver seat of LOFD Truck 211 while her mother Felicity and LOFD Driver-Engineer Dylan Weimer watch.
Employees of the LO Water Treatment Plant help pass out 3-gallon water storage jugs as part of the City's effort to help its residents prepare for disaster situations.
An estimated 500 people stopped by the 2019 Emergency Preparedness fair the LO Maintenance and Operations Center on Pilkington Road last week.
Tables with information on how to prepare for the worst case scenario included tutorials on how and what to pack in an emergency first aid kit for your home.
Emergency Preparedness Fair organizer and Prep LO member Jan Castle helps Prep LO member Bob Brown demonstrate the use of a "Luggable Loo," a portable toilet for if sewer services were cut off in the event of an earthquake.
Joan Browning (left) and Bonnie Artmann (center) listen as Asst. Fire Chief Dave Morris explains how important knowing hands-only CPR can be in the chain of survival to keeping a victim of a cardiac event from dying.
Parks employee Annilee Hyre (left) assists Kiyoshi Hasegawa on the pedal-powered blender bike as Luscher Farm Coordinator Dawn Grunwald looks on.
Lake Oswego Fire Department Chief Don Johnson and Public Works Director/Deputy City Manager Anthony Hooper pose for a photo at the 2019 Emergency Preparedness Fair.
Lake Oswego resident Molly Ruff meets LOPD K-9 Chase at the 2019 Emergency Preparedness Fair.
Lake Oswego Amateur Radio Emergency Operators (ARES) informed community members on the role they play in keeping the City and its residents informed if there was ever a breakdown in communication infrastructure should disaster strike.
Prep LO member Ray Brown demonstrates how backup batteries can provide emergency power in the event of a disaster that knocks out the power grid.
LO Parks and Recreation Events Supervisor Jamie Inglis instructs Bonnie Artmann in hands-only CPR.