Snohomish County Department of Emergency Management

Signing up for local alerts through the Snohomish County alert and warning system can help you stay safe.

When recreating outdoors, know your hazards and prepare ahead of time

Sign up for local alerts through the Snohomish County alert and warning system, SnoCoAlerts

 

Learn how neighbors can help neighbors at the Snohomish County Department of Emergency Management open house on Wednesday, May 16.

Disaster Response Depends on You: Get Involved!

Learn more at the Department of Emergency Management open house on Wednesday, May 16

 

Due to potential damage to infrastructure following a major earthquake, residents must prepare to survive on their own for at least 14 days, experts say.

14 days: Exercise shakes up emergency preparedness guidelines

Food, water and medication stockpiles crucial to keeping your family safe

 

Floods can happen with or without warning. Pay attention to warnings, such as signage on the roadways, or radio and TV weather updates.

Protect yourself from floods and landslides

Here’s what you need to know to stay safe

Floods can happen with or without warning. Pay attention to warnings, such as signage on the roadways, or radio and TV weather updates.