Attention Los Altos BATS - New Grants Program!
The City of Los Altos has launched a new Community & Emergency Preparedness Grants Program, providing funds for projects to encourage emergency preparedness, build community and strengthen neighborhood ties.
To qualify, applications: Must be in the City of Los Altos and a registered BAT or Neighborhood Watch Group, or be in the process of registering for one,
This is a great opportunity to get funding for any ideas you might have for your BAT.
Application Deadline Monday, February 11, 2019 (9:00 a.m.)
For more information and to apply for a grant, visit the City’s website.
BAT Program Flyer
Invite your neighbors to learn more about how they and their families can benefit from being a BAT household. Simply click on the following BAT Household Flyer button for a printable version you can share with your neighbors.
Block Action Teams – A great thing to do for your Neighborhood
Block Action Teams (BATs) are being formed throughout Los Altos!
BATs are a Los Altos Community Foundation Program, which was started to help neighborhoods – Connect, Care and Prepare. Los Altos residents who want to get involved and help make their neighborhood an even better place to live are encouraged to sign up and participate in our BAT leader training session. Upcoming training sign-ups:
- New BAT leader training (2019: Jan 30, Feb 28)
- PSA / EIRS training for BAT leaders (2019: 3/9, 6/8, 9/12, 12/14)
- SCCFD Personal Emergency Preparedness (PEP) classes
- CERT Training
- HAM Operation training(LAARES/RACES)
- Neighborhood Watch Coordinator Information
- Inspiration Sessions: (2019: March 14, June 5 and 15, Oct 3, Dec 5)
For more information on the Block Action Team (BAT) send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 650-949-5908