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In Emergency Preparedness, a hazard is an event that could potentially create a disaster or emergency event in our community. A disaster, is an event that can disrupt community activity and can possibly cause widespread damage.
Bothell is susceptible to several different types of hazards that can be broken down into 4 categories: Geological Hazards, Weather Hazards, Public Health Hazards, and Civil Safety Hazards. In each section, we explain the types of hazards that pose a risk to our community and provide resources that can help you be better prepared in case disaster strikes.