In the News Today, Feb 28, 2016

15th Anniversary of Nisqually Earthquake Looking Back and Looking Forward Today, Feb 28, marks 15 years since the 6.8 magnitude earthquake that shook up Seattle.  There was lots of media coverage marking the event.  While some stories revisited those scary moments, others looked ahead to what’s in work to be better prepared for the next […]

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Updates from Neighborhoods

Neighborhoods Moving Forward On Emergency Preparedness Over the last few weeks, 2016 has started out with a bang for emergency preparedness events. Here are a couple which just happened, take a look at our calendar for events coming up. Phinney Hub Radio Net Drill Phinney Ridge Emergency Hub has been busy! They recently held a […]

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SNAP training

Join the Ballard Hubs in a special presentation on the Seattle Neighbors Actively Prepare (SNAP) program.  This program will cover basic emergency preparedness and how you can join with your neighbors to become even more prepared as a group.

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Hub Captains Network Monthly Meeting

Doors open at 6:30 for visiting and light snacks, meeting starts at 7:00.  This is our regular meeting to share information about citywide activities and what each hub is doing.  

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“Cascadia: The Hidden Fire” and Hub presentation

Beacon Hill Meaningful Movies Join us to watch a “groundbreaking” documentary which educates homeowners, business owners and educators on earthquake hazards unique to the Cascadia region and how to effectively prepare for and survive them.   The movie will be followed by a presentation on the Seattle Neighbors Actively Prepare (SNAP) program and on the […]

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Sharknado: Disaster and Hecklevision

Are you prepared enough to survive a disaster of cinematic proportions? Join Matt Auflick from the City of Seattle’s Office of Emergency Management as he talks about disaster preparedness before a special screening of Sharknado in Hecklevision. Tweet your personal film commentary at the screen, along with any questions Matt can answer during the screening. […]

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Disaster Preparedness – Emergency Management Experts

Attend this presentation to learn about the hazards that impact Seattle and hear from local emergency management experts about what you can do to get prepared. Learn about steps you can take to prepare yourself and your household, as well as how you can connect with others in your neighborhood. Also find out about City’s […]

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Interactive Earthquake Hazards Map

Seattle Top Disaster Hazards   The Seattle Office of Emergency Management website now features a series of interactive maps that highlight some of the city’s top hazards in the event of an earthquake. Check out the Seattle Natural Hazard Explorer Map and learn more about the hazards that impact Seattle. You can zoom in on […]

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