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Stay Warm Out There–Resources

City code says you must keep sidewalk in front of your property clear; sweep or shovel as soon as possible so it won’t compact and then ice up.

Thanks to Fremont Emergency Preparedness Representative John Nordstrand for this list of resources for winter preparedness:

General Preparedness Sites:

Take Winter By Storm www.takewinterbystorm.org

 Seattle Office of Emergency Management www.seattle.gov/emergency

 Seattle Transportation—snow routes, winter response plans www.seattle.gov/transportation/winterweather.htm

 Seattle City Light—energy conservation, safe usage www.cityofseattle.net/light/neighborhoods/nh4_pout.htm

Seattle Public Utilities—flood prevention, storm drains www.seattle.gov/util/

 Real-time Alerts:

Seattle Traffic Cameras/Commuter Info: http://www.seattle.gov/travelers/

 State Highways/Traffic Cameras: http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/Traffic/Cameras

 Metro Transit/Alerts: http://metro.kingcounty.gov/up/rr/emergency

 Seattle Power Outages: http://www.seattle.gov/light/sysstat/

 Seattle Schools: http://www.schoolreport.org/

 National Weather Service Warnings: http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/

 

John Nordstrand Emergency Preparedness Desk, History House in Fremont

 

John

 

John Nordstrand

Emergency Preparedness in Fremont

FremergencyPrep@historyhouse.org

History House of Greater Seattle

Director of Operations

790 N 34th St.

Seattle, WA 98103

206 675-8875

john@historyhouse.org

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