To be a resilient community and maintain our quality of life, we all need to be informed and get involved in preparing for emergencies and disasters. 

Whether you are an individual or a family of two, three, four or more people, preparedness means thinking about what steps you need to take in the event of an emergency. A few things you can do:

  1. Sign up to receive alerts in the event of an emergency--click on the   Alert Spokane page at the top of the menu to the left.
  2. Consider the types of hazards you might face
  3. Prepare supplies and make a plan
  4. Learn what it means to Shelter-in-Place
  5. Volunteer with any of the organizations involved with Public Safety
  6. Learn about Emergency Management's Preparedness Mission Areas to understand how the system works in times of crisis
  7. Learn about Map Your Neighborhood

Please see the links to these and other preparedness resources in the left menu.