Are you a facebook fiend, a twitter fanatic or a tumblr devotee? Ever wondered what good these will do you in a disaster? Check out the next Neighborhood Mini-Summit, February 19th at the Seattle Emergency Operations Center. Learn how technology can help in response and recovery and what YOU can do during an emergency with […]
How great! And did you know we had an “Eco-District”? Seattle City Light has teamed up with affordable housing provider Capitol Hill Housing (CHH), for Seattle City Light’s fourth Community Solar project. The 26 kilowatt system will be on the roof of the Holiday Apartments on E John Street and is a part of the […]
Please pass on this information to anyone who can use it… Over 70 health, human service and civic organizations, including several City of Seattle departments, have combined forces to produce Seattle/King County Clinic with Remote Area Medical®, Oct. 23 – 26, in Key Arena at Seattle Center. This giant free Clinic offers a broad range […]
Thanks everyone who participated in our last neighborhood emergency communications hub drill. We had an excellent turnout and learned a lot about our equipment and our ability to prepare for emergencies. You can find the full hub after action report here: 17May14HubAfterAction We’ve been working hard over the last few years to get more people […]
Our drill is nearly upon us, and boy do we have a major disaster this year. Read all about it in the press release below! Scroll to the bottom of this post for a map showing all active hub locations in the city for this drill. If you live on Capitol Hill and want to […]
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Interested in CERT training? We received the following flyer, which has details about how to register. SeaTac CERT training flyer, May 2014 SeaTac_CERT_Flyer-_Spring You can find more information about CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) training being offered near you; visit the following page and type your zip code into…
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