Neighborhood Emergency Training @ SW Library Branch

West Seattle Be Prepared LogoJoin your neighbors Saturday, November 6, from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm noon,  for a Seattle Neighbors Actively Prepare (SNAP) class, at the Southwest Branch Library, 9010 35th Avenue SW.

Seattle Neighborhoods Actively Prepare is Seattle’s program to assist residents in their efforts to Get Ready, Get Connected and Get Strong for any potential emergency.

Preparedness is a partnership between the City of Seattle, its citizens and the neighborhoods. We know that here in the Puget Sound area we can have a variety of disasters from weather related floods and power outages to single family fires to a moderate or a major earthquake. We also know that our normal daily lives can be severely disrupted – meaning there will be limited to no utilities, limited to no phone communication, transportation disruptions and needs will outnumber responders.

SNAP is a simple and flexible process designed to help neighborhoods create plans that are specific to the neighborhood needs. You and your neighbors can help each other become prepared by organizing together.

[mappress mapid=”244″]