NS Everett Community

Safety

State of Washington

Division of Emergency Management

253-512-7000

www.mil.wa.gov/emergency-management-division 

Washington Military Department’s Emergency Management Division works to minimize the effect of emergencies and disasters on the people, property, environment and economy of Washington. Visit the division’s website for access to preparedness information for individuals, families, pets and businesses.

Snohomish County

Emergency Management 425-388-5060

www.snohomishcountywa.gov/180/Emergency-Management 

The Snohomish County Department of Emergency Management coordinates emergency management in partnership with the entire community to lessen the effect of disasters on people, property, the environment and the economy. The office plans and conducts emergency training; and serves as a liaison with state and federal emergency agencies. Visit the website for the county’s disaster planning guide and other disaster preparedness information.

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