Preparing for emergencies
Emergencies can strike at any time, but they don't have to mean disaster. Here are some tips on how to be prepared for a few of the types of emergencies we see here in the White Mountains:
Important Updates - 7.2.20
Dear neighbors, friends, and visitors,
It is hard to believe we are halfway through 2020 and quickly approaching Independence Day. In many ways 2020 has been the longest year any of us have faced and in other ways, it has flown by. I would like to thank all of you who are doing your part to keep us all safe and healthy either by staying home and/or wearing a face covering when you are out and about. It was not an easy decision to recommend face masks, but when weighing the health of our community versus the minor inconvenience, it just simply makes sense. I commend all our businesses who are stepping up to provide the safest possible experience for all of us when we visit them. I would like to remind you that if you are not comfortable being away from your home, our restaurants still have takeout options for your dining pleasure.
We are so fortunate that we have such a beautiful place to spend our time and I encourage you all to remember the blessings that you have in your lives – family, friends, community and the great outdoors. We live in an amazing country with many freedoms and advantages, so as we celebrate Independence Day, I ask you to be safe and stay healthy. I have confidence that the resilience of the American people will get us through this together.
Stephanie Irwin, Mayor
Town of Pinetop-Lakeside
You can view the full email HERE.