Escape Route And Meeting Place For Emergency

Because you never know where you will be when disaster strikes, you need to know your city well enough to get around without the aid of your GPS.

The following list includes places that you are likely to be when disaster strikes.

These are the places you want to plan escape routes from.

  • Your work
  • Your usual lunch spot
  • Your child’s school
  • Your child’s daycare
  • Your home
  • Your typical shopping area

Typically, most of these places will probably be somewhat close to your home.

This is ideal if you are planning to head home in a disaster.

However, there is a strong possibility your home could be damaged in a disaster, making it impossible for you to hole up there.

You need to establish a meeting place where you will meet up with your family before embarking on your journey to find shelter.

For each place you are likely to be, plan a route to your meeting place and your home.

Have a backup route planned just in case there is too much damage or the path is blocked by soldiers, debris or is simply too dangerous to navigate.


Chapter 1 How to start an emergency food storage supply

Chapter 2 Bugging out

Chapter 3 How to boost mental and physical awareness

Chapter 4 How to create and hide a cache

Chapter 5 How to plan an escape route



Chapter 6 How to escape the city

Chapter 7 How to prepare for a disaster while traveling

Chapter 8 How to prepare for an emergency on the road

Chapter 9 How to safely navigate during a disaster

Chapter 10 List of emergency resources in Utah