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Posted on March 20, 2020 at 5:07 PM by Lauren Faulkenberry
Do you know what to do in an emergency? Take this time to create and practice an evacuation plan with your family. Visit ReadyPlacer.org and view details on making a plan.
If you can, check in on your neighbors in need. Give them a call and offer to help by going to the grocery store or running essential errands.
Take this time to learn something new. Whether you’re 8 or 80, there are plenty of online resources offering free classes and tutorials. Learn to code, knit or do yoga!
Read! Placer County libraries have many digital books and reading materials available. View here.
Spring is here! Start germinating seeds indoors so they are ready for your garden in the coming months.
Does your yard need some cleaning up? Fire season will be here before we know it. Work on your defensible space.
You can still go outdoors! If you have a yard or patio space, get out and get some fresh air! If you take a walk around your block, just remember to keep your social distance from those who are not in your household.
Support your local Placer County restaurants and businesses! While many are closed to the public at this time, you can still order food and certain items for pick up or take out.
Many flowers are in bloom and the landscape is coming back to life. Snap a photo of what you see around you and tag #PlacerLife on your social channels!
Support your local farmers by visiting a PlacerGROWN farmers market! Certified Farmers Markets are considered an essential service, just like grocery stores. Just remember to maintain social distancing and follow protocol to ensure everyone stays healthy.
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