Join the NE hub members to learn the basic operations of the hub. This will include explanation how a hub is set up and how messages flow through a hub. There will be a hands on practice session as well.
The Office of Emergency Management and the University of Washington are co-hosting this community resilience workshop. Come learn about natural hazards in your community and work together to better prepare, adapt, and recover from earthquakes, floods, and other events. Share your vision of a safer, stronger, and vibrant community. We want to hear what you […]
Join the members of the Homer Harris Hub to learn the basic operations of the hub. This will include explanation how a hub is set up and how messages flow through a hub. There will be a hands on practice session as well.
Please register at this link https://signup.com/go/bbrqoRf Welcome! Stop the Bleed, a national program developed by trauma experts, is designed to teach people simple techniques to stop life-threatening bleeding. A one-hour presentation is followed by hands-on practice packing wounds and applying tourniquets. The presentation includes a 10-minute video on surviving an active shooter situation. While active […]
The Meadowbrook Hub will be holding a practice of their hub operations on this day, and will practice as they are responding to a Seattle Fault earthquake. Volunteers welcome and “community actors” are needed, please stop by and lend a hand!
Smoke from wildfires is a growing public health concern in Seattle. Join the City of Seattle for a free resource fair to find out how the City and our regional public health partners are ensuring our region is prepared for wildfire smoke this summer Attending will be the American Lung Association, the Pacific Science Center, […]
Visit the Lake City and Meadowbrook Hubs emergency preparedness table at the “Influence of the Confluence” fair, just west of the Meadowbrook Pond. They will have information about the hubs in the NE part of Seattle and preparedness tips and materials. (Meadowbrook Pond is across the street from the Meadowbrook Community Center)