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WELCOME 
The Northshore Emergency Management Coalition is a partnership among the cities of Kenmore and Lake Forest Park (LFP), the Shoreline Fire District and the Northshore Utility District (NUD). NEMCo was created to provide the communities it serves with efficient emergency management resources.
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Community Classes 

Future CERT Classes will be:​​

  • 3-day Format: August 3/4 and August 10

​       Registration will open at the beginning of July.

  • 7 week Format: Thursday nights from September 12 - October 24 from 6-9pm and October 26 for simulation

  • Students will fulfill 24 hours of Community Service Hours

The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) is a FEMA developed program that educates community members on disaster preparedness and hazards in our region. CERT trains you in basic response skills to hazards. Training includes utility and fire safety, search and rescue, First Aid and overall Preparedness.

This class is open to adults and Teens. If multiple individuals from the same household are attending, please register each person individually to reserve a seat in the class. 

For additional information on this CERT Class, Contact: northshoreemc@gmail.com

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR May 18

 GRADUATING CERT CLASS!

This free workshop is designed to equip you with the skills needed to assist others until first responders arrive. The program, ACT (Antidote, CPR, Tourniquet) to Save a Life, imparts life-saving skills. A presentation will be given on the hazards we face in our community and our homes, along with simple yet effective steps that citizens can take to prepare for an emergency or disaster.

June 22, 2024, Community Preparedness Workshop

Time: 9:00am to noon.

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Each participant will receive a Resource Guide and  checklist, providing detailed guidance to assist them in preparing for and handling emergencies in their community. Following the classroom portion, participants will engage in a hands-on exercise, extinguishing a fire using a fire extinguisher.

Date: Saturday, June 22, 2024

Time: check-in 8:30am, start at 9:00am to 12:00pm

Location: Shoreline Fire Station 51, 7220 NE 181st St, Kenmore, WA 98028

Registration:  https://bit.ly/4bNJYSi

ANNOUNCEMENTS
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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR MARCH 2nd GRADUATING CERT CLASS!

Upcoming Events 

These are a few of our upcoming events!

May 29, 2024, FEMA Webinar: Active Shooter Guidance
11:00 am - 12:30 pm PST  
 

Register Here

May 30, 2024, FEMA Webinar: You are the Help, Until Help Arrives, 8:00 am - 10:30 pm PST   

Register Here

June 1, 2024, Fire Station 51, Kenmore, Pancake Breakfast https://shorelinefire.com/events/station-51-open-house-pancake-breakfast-safety-fair/

June 11, 2024, All-volunteers meeting, Fire Staton 51, Kenmore. All are welcome to attend.

June 17 to July 17, 2024, High School Emergency CERT Class, a Washington Network for Innovative Careers (WANIC) Program. 

Topics cover disaster preparedness, fire safety, disaster medical, search and rescue, disaster psychology.

Click here: CERT Flyer

Registration Here

June 22, 2024, Community Preparedness Workshop

9:00am to noon.

Free event for all Northshore community members.

Topics: Family preparedness, fire / utility safety, A.C.T. to save a life. Location is Fire Station 51. Registration and will be announced very soon.

See the CALENDAR for up-coming NEMCo events

RACES MEETINGS 4th Wednesdays of Month

Please note:  We've changed the dates for the RACES meetings:  We will now meet in person at Kenmore Fire Station 51, starting at 7:00pm, on the Fourth Wednesdays of each month.  Open to any ham or ham-to-be!

Come and Volunteer with Us:​​

  • If you are interested in learning more about emergency preparedness and related activities in your community, please feel free to attend our meetings and workshops.  As detailed more in our About Us page, there are several levels of participation. 

  • If you have questions us  CONTACT US 

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NEMCo Flyers, Posters and News 

NEMCo Outreach provides everyone with the opportunity to strengthen their family and community resilience. By participating in outreach efforts, individuals can better prepare themselves to face emergencies and disasters.

Consider the following steps to promote NEMCo intiatives and programs:

  1. Download and print our flyers: These informative materials can be easily accessed and distributed.

  2. Share the flyers with friends and family: Encourage others to learn about emergency preparedness.

  3. Post the flyers and our news page on social media: Leverage online platforms to reach a wider audience.

  4. Pin the flyers to local bulletin boards: Make them visible in community spaces.

Together, we can create a more resilient and prepared Northshore Community!

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2024 NEMCo Flyer

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2024 NEMCo Poster

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2023 Newsletter

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2024 NEMCo Tri-fold

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2024 CERT Flyer

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2024 RACES Flyer

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HT Radio Selection Class - Coming Soon​

  • This class will help new ham (amatuer) radio operators select a ham radio 

  • More information coing.

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Check-out Our News

 

NEMCo Volunteers are active and busy all year long.  See what is happening in our community!  Have a look at our new NEMCo flyers designed by one of our Teen Volunteers.

                                                    CLICK HERE

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Service to our Community

 

Active volunteers with NEMCO will receive an e-mail about upcoming events.

New volunteers are encouraged to contact us to receive additional event information.

Volunteer Teens are welcomed and can earn community service hours.

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TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES

FEMA:   FEMA periodically offers preparedness webinars.  Their website offers pre-recorded webinars.  

Periodic on-line Zoom classes.  ACT to Save a Life, sponsored by South County Fire, is a one-hour first aid class that focuses on the three skills you can use to save a life in the first few minutes of an emergency:

  • Antidote for suspected opiate overdose

  • CPR and AED for cardiac arrest

  • Tourniquet for severe bleeding control

2024 MEETINGS

 

RACES meetings will be held on the fourth Wednesday every month, beginning at 7pm, at Fire Station 51 in Kenmore.

 

CERT meetings will be held at Fire Station 51 in Kenmore, on the second Tuesday every month, beginning at 7pm.  

All-Volunteemeetings will be held quarterly, second Tuesday, last month of the quarter, at Fire Station 51 in Kenmore, beginning at 7pm.

For current information, please see our Meetings pages: RACES and CERT/volunteer.

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