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

NOTICE: CERT CLASS HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL EARLY 2023.  STAY TUNED!

The NEMCo CERT Program provides community training and information on local hazards and basic preparedness for events that include earthquakes, wind storms, snow events, floods, landslides and more. Classes are presented by first responders and trained CERT Community members in the areas of Fire Safety, Basic First Aid, Disaster Medical Operations, Light Search & Rescue, Utility Management and overall preparedness.

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Service to our Community

 

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

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

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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

MEETING CHANGES FOR 2022

 

RACES meetings will continue to occur on Zoom until further notice.

 

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

All-Volunteer meetings will be held quarterly 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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NEMCo would like to thank First Responders for everything they do for our community.