City of Bothell employees are "taking the preparedness challenge," why
not join them in their endeavor to help make themselves, their families,
their neighbors and the community a safer and more prepared place to
be! View the links below to get started on your monthly challenge list
and for more detailed information and print outs.
In an effort to help City residents prepare for natural and man-made disasters, the City of Bothell embarked on an unprecedented emergency preparedness campaign called "Operation: Every House Prepared."
In March of 2007, City volunteers delivered approximately 15,000 emergency preparedness information packets to City and Snohomish County Fire District #10 households.
Life-threatening emergencies can happen fast and emergency responders aren’t always nearby. You may be able to save a life by taking simple actions immediately. Learn five simple steps that you can take to help save a life.
Do you have a smoke detector? Of course - it alerts you when it detects smoke. Weather radios alert you to many other immediate, life-threatening hazards in your area, like hazardous weather events, volcanoes, hazardous releases, and other dangerous events.
Without a weather radio, you could miss a critical warning message from local emergency authorities that could save your life and those in your family.
Weather Radios should be as common as smoke detectors in homes and businesses statewide to help protect lives and property from natural and technological hazards.