Videos & More

Watch the videos below to learn more about emergency preparedness. Additional videos can be viewed on the agency's YouTube page.

What's Your Plan?

Working with NYC Media and Next Millenium Productions, NYC Emergency Management has developed two Ready New York: What's Your Plan? videos that detail the importance of having an emergency plan. The short films have won recognition in the 35th annual Telly Awards, as well as the 2015 Summit Creative Awards.

 

Ready Kids Cartoons

NYCEM teamed up with campers at the Police Athletic League Beacon Summer Camp at the Goldie Maple Academy in the Rockaways to create two cartoons about emergency preparedness. The campers drew original cartoon characters, wrote scripts, and recorded voice-overs and songs for the cartoons.

Ready NYC app 

Based on the Ready New York campaign, Ready NYC is a mobile application that allows users to make an emergency plan.
Download the Apple iOS version
Download the Android version

Readiness Challenge

Test your emergency planning skills with the Readiness Challenge, an online tool that puts users in a real-life emergency situation and challenges them to make quick decisions.
Learn more

Ready New York Advertisements

Since 2009, NYC Emergency Management has worked with the Ad Council to help New Yorkers prepare for emergencies. These public service announcements focus on the idea that it is up to you to make a plan for you and your family.
Learn more

Resolve to be Ready Downloadable Calendar


This year, NYC Emergency Management encourages New Yorkers to be ready by downloading the Resolve to Be Ready calendar. Filled with regular reminders broken out into small, simple steps, the calendar can help everyone work preparedness into his or her schedule. Sync the calendar to your Outlook, iCal, or Google Calendar and get prepared this year.
Download the Resolve to Be Ready NYC 2017 calendar
Download a PDF version of the Resolve to Be Ready 2017 calendar

*If you are using an older version of Outlook, you may need to save the calendar and then "import" it from the "File" menu within Outlook. Having trouble? Email oemsocialmedia@oem.nyc.gov for assistance.