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Community Emergency Hubs for Disaster Relief   The Seattle Emergency Hub groups educate and organize people in their neighborhood about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area. Volunteers and community members can assist others in their neighborhood or workplace following an event when professional responders are not immediately available to help by taking […]

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Make your mark on preparedness Add yourself to the Seattle Emergency NeighborLink map!!   If you are a current or new SNAP Coordinator, Block Watch Captain, Hub Captain or CERT Member, and want to know who else has organized their neighbors for safety or disaster, this is your opportunity to connect with others BEFORE a […]

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Resources for Preparedness & Emergency Events Residential Towers Handbook For residents in condos and apartments, there are different dimensions to think about as you prepare with your fellow residents to have your building ready for a disaster.  Stan Kaufman, a Belltown resident, has created a guidebook for his building and shares it with us to […]

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Hub-In-A-Box Grants Awarded! Congratulations to the 15 groups who were awarded funds to establish a hub location in their neighborhoods.  These funds were secured by the Seattle City Council, and are managed through the Department of Neighborhoods with assistance from the Office of Emergency Management and Parks and Recreation Department.  The hubs are in the process […]

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