Pet Safety with Spring Flowers
With Springtime upon us, we want to make sure that we remind our community of flower safety for their pets. Our pets are part of our families, and we want to make sure that they stay healthy and safe when exploring the beautiful flowers that Spring brings to our community. Please see a list of deadly and dangerous plants that your pets should avoid nibbling on: Poisonous Plants for Pets: Azaleas Daffodils Sago Palms Castor Beans Easter Lilies Tiger Lilies Cyclamen Star Gazer Lilies Toxic Plants for Pets: Aloes Cosmos Irises Begonias Dumb Canes Mother-in-law Tongues Birds of Paradise Elephant Ears Pansies Bougainvilleas Fleabane Peace Lilies Calla Lilies Gardenia Pink Dianthus Carnations Geraniums Plumbagos Chrysanthemums Hibiscus Poinsettias Coleus Hydrangeas Primroses
How To Keep Our Community Safe From The Coronavirus
Posted on: TUESDAY, 31 MARCH 2020 Here are some preventative methods and information via the World Health Organization that can help keep our community informed and safe while we all face new challenges during the current Coronavirus outbreak. Help Share these tips with our community so that we can all help #FlattenTheCurve! Source: https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public
Preventative Coronavirus Guidelines For Our Law Enforcement Family
Posted on: SATURDAY, 28 MARCH 2020 Our priority will always be protecting our communities and amidst the Coronavirus outbreak, we’re still out there ensuring that everyone is safe while our nation experiences new challenges every day.Here are some useful tips for our fellow officers to remember via the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that can help keep all of us protected as well.Be sure to share and together we can all help #FlattenTheCurve!Source: https://www.cdc.gov/corona...