November 15, 2017
Weekly Newsletter

New Members

D&M Roofing LLC
David Garcia
Join Date: 11/02/2017

Becky Miller
Join Date: 11/14/2017

Renewed Members

Paragon Business Equipment LLc
Paco Cerda
Member Since: 10/11/2016
Renewed On: 11/13/2017

Serendra Group Realty, LLC
Gerry DeGuzman
Member Since: 09/11/2006
Renewed On: 11/14/2017

Native Grill & Wings
Sharon Spickler
Member Since: 08/21/2014
Renewed On: 11/13/2017

Chris & Pam Urwiller
Member Since: 11/26/2001
Renewed On: 11/09/2017

Imagine Buckeye General Plan 2040

The start of the statutory 60 day public review period for the City of Buckeye 2018 General Plan began yesterday, November 15th.  The document can be viewed between November 15, 2017 and January 15, 2018.  If you have questions or comments, please contact Terri Hogan, Deputy Director of Planning, at or 623-349-6214.

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Emergency Preparedness Essentials

With the holiday season quickly approaching, these useful tips are a timely reminder to be prepared in the event of an emergency.Thank you, John Andrews & Kevin Johnson | Synergy Team at RE/MAX Renaissance, for the info!

Emergency Preparedness Essentials

Emergency situations such as fire, extreme weather and power outages can happen without warning. By taking the time to prepare for a possible disaster now, you and your family will be equipped to handle a crisis if one ever occurs.

Fire Escape Route and Meeting Spot
It can take a mere five minutes for a fire to engulf your entire home. This is one reason having an escape plan is so important. Include at least two exit routes in your plan in case one is blocked, and designate a safe location for everyone in your household to meet. Identifying a secondary location outside your neighborhood is good to have in the event it's not safe to return or you're asked to evacuate.

List of Emergency Contacts
Make laminated cards with a list of important phone numbers for each family member. This might include contact information for the local authorities and emergency services as well as your nearest relatives.

Home Safety Items
Be prepared in case an emergency does occur by having these home safety items:

  • Fire Extinguisher -- Keep one on each floor, and check them annually to make sure they're functioning properly.
  • First-Aid Kit -- Store it in a central location, such as the kitchen, and make sure everyone knows where it is.
  • Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors -- Install detectors in each room and test them once a month. Use long-life lithium batteries to cut back on replacements.
  • Food and Water -- Put together a three-day supply of nonperishable foods and at least three gallons of water for each member of your household.

There's often very little time to react in a crisis. But with a little planning and prep work, you can be well-equipped and ready to respond accordingly.

News from the Chamber - November 15, 2017