Preparedness Activities 

Stop the Bleed

Life-threatening emergencies can happen fast and emergency responders aren’t always nearby. You may be able to save a life by taking simple actions immediately. Learn five simple steps that you can take to help save a life.stop the bleed Opens in new window

NAllHazardsNWROAA Radio

Do you have a smoke detector? Of course - it alerts you when it detects smoke. Weather radios alert you to many other immediate, life-threatening hazards in your area, like hazardous weather events, volcanoes, hazardous releases, and other dangerous events.

Without a weather radio, you could miss a critical warning message from local emergency authorities that could save your life and those in your family.

Weather Radios should be as common as smoke detectors in homes and businesses statewide to help protect lives and property from natural and technological hazards.


CERT stands for Community Emergency Response Team. It is a great way to learn skills that will help you, your family, and community in the event of an emergency.

Bothell offers CERT courses! For more information, check out our CERT page


In the event of an emergency, you may not be able to use your phone or the internet. Getting involved in HAM radio allows you stay informed when cellular services become unavailable.

More information on HAM can be found here!


CPR saves lives! It can save your life, your family members lives, or even a stranger's life. Every second counts in cardiac emergencies. So, learn to provide care while first responders are on the way. 

You can make difference in someone's life sign up for a CPR class