Prepare for Disaster

Be Prepared

Knowing what to do in the first hours of a disaster response may help save a life, reduce the severity of possible injuries, and reduce the amount of damage your home sustains. Families who have a plan, have a Grab `N Go kit (PDF), have adequate reserves of food, water, and necessities, and have practiced their plan will do well in any emergency.

The Emergency Resource Guide is a good place to start and provides useful information on a wide range of emergency topics.

See more about kit lists of all kinds.





  • Operational Area Concept (information coming soon)
    • Sequim
    • Central
    • Joyce
    • North Coast
    • West Coast
  • Volunteer Opportunities (information coming soon)
    • Search and Rescue
    • EOC Staff
    • Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES)
    • Medical Reserve Corps (MRC)
    • Disaster Air Relief Team (DART)