Partner Organizations are groups that support and/or promote awareness of this Disaster Response Plan before a disaster occurs. The Magnolia/Queen Anne District Council and MIQA EPC wish to express sincere appreciation to our partners for their contribution.
Brian Beaumont, Charter Organization Representative
Bethany Presbyterian Church
3 Howe Street, Seattle, Washington 98109
(206) 283-7909(206) 283-7909
"The Emergency Preparedness BSA program is planned to inspire the desire and foster the skills to meet this challenge in our youth and adult members so that they can participate effectively in this crucial service to their families, communities, and nation. Seattle Troop72 is proud to be a partner in this effort on Queen Anne HIll."
Steve DeForest, President
PO Box 99564, Seattle, Washington 98139-0564
(206) 283-1188(206) 283-1188
"As a neighborhood service organization, the Magnolia Community Council has long promoted and encouraged emergency preparedness planning and training for Magnolia. The Magnolia Community Club wholeheartedly supports the efforts of the Emergency Planning Committee and has partnered with the EPC by sponsoring community meetings focused on emergency preparedness training. The Magnolia Community Council looks forward to continuing its partnership with the EPC and commends the EPC on efforts on behalf of our community."
Magnolia Community Center Advisory Council
George Hanson, President
Magnolia Community Center
2550 34th Avenue West, Seattle, Washington 98199
(206) 386-4235(206) 386-4235
Seattle Neighborhoods Actively Prepare is the city's program to assist residents in their efforts to Get Ready, Get Connected and Get Strong for any potential emergency.
Preparedness is a partnership between the City of Seattle, its citizens and the neighborhoods. We know that here in the Puget Sound area we can have a variety of disasters from weather related floods and power outages to single family fires to a moderate or a major earthquake. We also know that our normal daily lives can be severely disrupted, meaning there will be limited to no utilities, limited to no phone communication, transportation disruptions and needs will outnumber responders.
Dial 911 for any problems that threaten your health or safety.
If you call a number and it doesn't work, let us know by calling 206-233-5076206-233-5076 or email us.
Also let us know if there is a number that is not listed, but should be.
If you don't know who to call or can't find the right number:
Try the Customer Service Bureau
Hours / Staffing
|Police, Fire or Medical Emergencies||9-1-1||Police Communications||24/7|
|Contact officials. Find appropriate resource. Register a compliant||206-684-CITY206-684-CITY||Customer Service Bureau||8 am - 5 pm, Monday - Friday (except holidays)|
|Electrical Outages - reports||206-684-3000206-684-3000||Seattle City Light||Staffed 7:30 am - 6pm M-F. Option to transfer to power dispatcher after hours and on weekends.|
|Electrical Outages - recorded information||206-684-7400206-684-7400||Seattle City Light||24 hour Recorded Information|
|Drainage (Water/Sewer) and Urban Flooding||206-386-1800206-386-1800||Seattle Public Utilities||24/7|
|Water Quality - Supply||206-386-1800206-386-1800||Seattle Public Utilities||24/7|
|Street Maintenance Problems - during business hours||206-684-ROAD206-684-ROAD (7523)||Seattle Transportation||Business hours|
|Street Maintenance Problems - after business hours||206-386-1218206-386-1218||Seattle Transportation||After business hours|
|Transit - Sound Transit - Rider Alerts||1-888-889-63981-888-889-6398||Sound Transit||24/7 recorded information.|
|Transit - Metro - Rider Information||206-553-3000206-553-3000||Metro Transit||24 hours a day except major holidays.|
|Seattle Public School Safety and Security||206-252-0707206-252-0707||Seattle Public Schools||24/7. Don't call for school closures - call 206-252-0207206-252-0207.|
|Seattle Public School Closure Information||206-252-0207206-252-0207||Seattle Public Schools||Recorded information|
Emergency Communications Reserves – Amateur Radio support
Should communications systems be damaged or overloaded due to a natural or man caused disaster, the City of Seattle calls on teams of amateur radio operators to help support the City with emergency communications. Typically, the mission of these teams includes providing communications at the Emergency Operations Center and establishing links between government facilities, hospitals and field command posts. Additionally, amateur radio provides a connection with teams of citizens (CERT, SNAP and Communication HUBs) organized in their communities to provide a first line of emergency response to neighborhoods. Amateur radio emergency communications is an important resource that augments the City’s ability to respond in times of emergency.
For more information about Seattle’s Emergency Communications Reserves – please visit the Seattle ACS website by following this link.