Business Disaster Recovery Tools
Prepare your business for a natural disaster. 

Are you operating a business in the wake of a disaster? Are you planning ahead in case of an event that may cause hardship for your business? We have put together some key resources below for information on what you need to know and how to best prepare.

All non-life threatening emergencies should be directed to the non-emergency call center. You may also want to contact your service provider for power and natural gas outages.

Small Business Administration Gas Leak Explosion (April 10, 2019)

 

Helpful Resources from our Business Partners

 

Additional Business Resources for Disaster Preparation and Recovery:

 

City of Raleigh Resources:  

 

Duke Energy Resources:

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