What we're about

Where are you gonna poo if your toilet gets wrecked?

Let's be proactive while waiting for this mega-earthquake (as well as winter storms, power outages, volcanic eruptions, etc.)

Join to learn and share about:
1. Household preparedness - food, water, sanitation
2. Individual skills - first aid, light rescue, communication, utility management
3. Local communication & organization (pre- and post-disaster)
4. Resources from local, state, & federal level

I am the block captain for my neighborhood SNAP, lightly involved in the NE sector emergency communication HUB, hoping to become a regular with Eastside Fire & Rescue, involved with post-disaster reconnaissance for the UW section of RAPID (https://rapid.designsafe-ci.org/), and planning to bring in qualified speakers to educate our group.

Let's learn together and become a more resilient community.

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Resources:

Seattle Neighborhoods Actively Prepare (SNAP) (https://www.seattle.gov/emergency-management/prepare/prepare-your-neighborhood/seattle-neighborhoods-actively-prepare)

Earthquake safety checklist (FEMA) (https://www.fema.gov/media-library/assets/documents/3234)

Preparedness (WA state DOH) (https://www.doh.wa.gov/Emergencies/BePreparedBeSafe)

Past events (1)

Meadowbrook earthquake prep

Meadowbrook Community Center