Did you know that there are a series of organized steps that neighborhoods can take to minimize chaos in the event of a disaster?
Did you know that it is the events within the first hour of a disaster that either mitigate or enhance the severity of a disaster’s impact?
Did you know that there are a group of neighbors that would like to connect to make a coherent neighborhood disaster plan?
Did you know that Chuckanut Transition has been meeting at the Alger Community Hall with neighbors and emergency response professionals to formulate a proactive response plan in the face of multiple, predictable emergencies?
Are you interested in learning more or being trained in specific procedures? Whether you have the recommended three months of emergency food supplies or you just care enough to step up and participate, stay tuned for more information about this process in the next newsletter! Please contact Mike Stevens at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to participate in or observe the Regulus, Turtle, and Peace Lane training.