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Sep 30 2020

Virtual National Night Out

The Port of Seattle’s National Night Out event is going virtual this year. Please join Port of Seattle Police (POSPD), Port of Seattle Fire (POSFD), and the Maritime Operations team for an online virtual program.

National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships to make our neighborhoods and Port facilities safer, and more caring places to live. Join us to learn about the different POSPD Specialty Units, their roles and responsibilities, and the important communities they serve.

Date: Tuesday, October 6, 2020
Time: 1:00 – 2:00 PM

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Mar 21 2020

Health Dept Coronavirus (CoVid 19) resources

Please see additional local resources at Shilshole Prepares Resources

 

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Mar 14 2020

Boater to Boater Project

Kristen has created a Shilshole Prepares volunteer response to the COVID-19 outbreak.  More information is available on The FaceBook page of Shilshole Prepares.  No password or membership is required.  This page is open anyone who wishes to read it.

Quarantine flyer

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Mar 09 2020

Shilshole Prepares Meeting

The Shilshole Marina Networked Emergency Hub participates in scheduled training and drills with other Hubs and their community members. Hub Captains meet monthly to organize and prepare their volunteers and community participants for emergency preparedness.

 

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Oct 14 2019

Great Washington ShakeOut

Published by under Shilshole Prepares

October 17 @ 10:17 am – 10:30 am

Most of Washington is prone to earthquakes. You could be anywhere when an earthquake strikes: at home, at work, at school or even on vacation.

What we do now will determine our quality of life after our next big earthquake. Are you prepared to survive and recover quickly?

The Great Washington ShakeOut is a statewide opportunity to practice how to be safer during big earthquakes: “Drop, Cover and Hold On.” The ShakeOut has also been organized to encourage you, your community, your school, or your organization to review and update emergency preparedness plans and supplies, and to secure your space in order to prevent damage and injuries.

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