Your Disaster Supplies checklist! 

Two-week supply of medications            

- List of medications by name, dosage, doctor  

- Get a ‘Vial-of-Life’ from the SCC Emergency squad  


Three-day supply of non-perishable/ canned foods   

Cups, plates, napkins, trash bags, can opener       

Bottled drinking water – 3 gallons per person  

Two coolers—one to keep food; one for ice


Camera, film 

First-aid kit   

Instant tire sealer   


Flashlights and lanterns with extra batteries   

Emergency/distress whistle

Portable radio or TV and extra batteries 

Cell phone (may not work), phone numbers         



Make your own written Emergency plan here — >

Basic tools (hammer, scissors, screwdriver, duct tape, pliers)

Plastic sheeting/tarp, screening, tools, nails

Clean-up supplies—buckets, mops, brooms


Sanitary supplies—bucket with lid, kitty litter, bags

Water purification tablets – or bleach (1 drop/gal)               

Cash, valuables and important papers             

Insect repellant


Games, books

Pillows, blankets    

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This website is designed to provide residents (and volunteers of first-responder groups) with information about our Sun City Center Disaster Emergency Plans. None of the plans or programs included in this website are intended to replace directives issued by County, State, or Emergency Plans.