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Emergency Preparedness (March & April 2015)

Emergency Preparedness (March & April 2015)


What is a Community Emergency Hub?
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Community Emergency Hubs are made up of a group of people who agree to meet at a pre-determined locations following a major disaster to share information, resources, problem solve and support each other. Unlike a SNAP neighborhood, Hubs are larger areas that encompass several neighborhoods.

While the Office of Emergency Management supports Community Emergency Hubs, the mission of the Hub is accomplished solely through community volunteers. Currently there are more than 50 Hubs organized throughout the city. Each hub reflects the unique character of the community they serve, and may look different from location to location.

SAVE THE DATE: Upcoming Hub Events

Hub Chat:

Hubs are Seattle neighborhood groups that work together to share information and help each other in a major emergency. Learn how Hubs work, how to start one, available resources, and how SNAP and Block Watch fit in.

  • March 24 from 6-8 p.m.
    Montlake Community Center – 1618 East Calhoun Street, 98112
    Sign-up Now
  • March 25 from 10 a.m. – noon
    Jefferson Community Center – 3801 Beacon Avenue South, 98108
    Sign-up Now


Take part in a virtual meet up and find out who has formed a neighborhood SNAP group, Block Watch or Hub. Contact neighborhood leaders directly from an online map.

  • April 17 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
    Location is TBD
  • April 18 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
    Location is TBD

Sign up for the SNAP distribution list for updates on Hub events.

Please visit http://www.seattle.gov/emergency-management/working-together/community-emergency-hubs