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Prepare, Plan and Safely Act in the event of a Disaster
Prepare, Plan and Safely Act in the event of a Disaster

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Seattle Emergency Hubs and Disaster Bike Trials Drill for Emergency Preparedness, 092516

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Preparing for “The Big One”

What to do when the ‘really big one’ hits?
 
Are you prepared for the next big earthquake and other disasters Seattle could face? Attend a presentation at one of the below library branches to hear from local emergency management experts about what you can do to get prepared. Learn about the City’s new emergency alert and notification system – AlertSeattle – and bring questions to ask the City’s hazard specialist during an open Q&A session.

Register for a class by emailing your name and the presentation you plan to attend to snap@seattle.gov.


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Invitation to learn about Disaster Planning in Seattle
On October 22, 7:00 pm, Eich Eichhorne, the Seattle Dept. of Transportation Emergency Manager, will give a presentation about SDOT’s preparedness and response plans. They have an All-Hazards approach to planning for a disaster, so you will learn about they plan to respond to everything from severe winter storms to a major earthquake.

November 14 @ 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Verity Credit Union
11027 Meridiian Ave N
Seattle, WA 98133

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Admiral Emergency Hub drill May 9, 2015. This was one hub participating in the city wide "Dark and Stormy" drill.

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Calling all SNAP Coordinators, Block Watch Captains, Hub Leaders and CERT Members!!

On April 17-18, Seattle will host its first-ever “Hub-a-Thon,” a virtual meet-up for neighbors who have formed a neighborhood SNAP group, Block Watch or Hub. If you’ve ever wondered who else has organized their neighbors around safety, this is your opportunity to contact them directly, right here on this map!
 
If you are a current or new SNAP Coordinator, Block Watch Captain, Hub Leader or CERT Member, and want to become part of the interactive Seattle Emergency NeighborLink map, click on the form below that matches your neighborhood group.

Seattle Emergency NeighborLink map
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