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Think about how your HOA community can come together to prepare for a disaster. For example, residents of the Eby Creek Mensa neighbourhood are getting some fresh air and exercise during the pandemic by collecting branches, debris and clearing leaves to prevent the wildfire risk.
This is a great way to keep the whole community active and alleviate some of the pressure on emergency services. These could be activities that the HOA could organise to implement.
If you are going to organise something like this in your community, you need to remind residents of social distance rules (should they still apply) and observing any contact limitations that are being advised. You’ll want your community to remain safe. This type of activity might be a good way to get residents out of their homes and into the fresh air. It could also help to alleviate any concerns or anxiety that someone might be experiencing about going outside.
Getting Organised: Emergency Planning
Remember to take photos of any changes that you make to your community or site. This could help in the event of a claim, or to show that any changes have been made that demonstrate how the property has been maintained. If a policy mentions any tree risk or perhaps an area that is signifcantly overgrown but these have been cleared for example, then take photographic evidence and keep it with your insurance details; within the emergency file.
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Stay safe everyone