Public Safety Committee
The Public Safety Committee strives to help make Queen Anne a safe place to live and work. It focuses on three area: crime & security, fire & resuce, and emergency preparedness.
Public safety resources
Crime & Security
Report all emergencies by calling 9-1-1.
The Seattle Police Department Portal contains useful information, including how to file crime reports, suspicious activities, missing persons, links to Maps of recent Police Reports and recent 911 Incident Responses.
Also find information about the Block Watch program on this site.
Information on Washington State law enforcement, including crime statistics, sex offender information, and victim information can be accessed through the website of the Washington Association of Sheriffs & Police Chiefs.
Fire & Rescue
There are many resources to assist residents and businesses in being prepared for emergencies:
The City of Seattle provides a lengthy and detailed list of resources and contact information for a wide variety of unusual events from bus and traffic notices for Winter Storms to major disaster response information.
Also check the City Office of Emergency Management website.
The Seattle Neighborhoods Actively Prepare (SNAP) program helps residents and businesses get prepared before an emergency.
The City of Seattle shares tips and resources for preparedness on NextDoor.
Seattle Emergency Hubs is a site focused on communication during emergencies. The MIQA (Magnolia, Interbay, Queen Anne) Hubs group can help with information and training.
The following links are provided courtesy of PreparednessGuide.org:
From homecity.com: Homeowner's Guide to Lightning Safety
From the Real Deal by RetailMeNot: Preparing for Disasters in Your Home: What to Buy, What to Skip
From the ASPCA: Emergency Preparedness and Pets
From Just Great Lawyers: Important Legal Documents for Disaster Preparedness
From the American Red Cross: Emergency Preparedness for Seniors
From YourStorageFinder: How to Organize and Prepare for Disasters
Searching the web will reveal dozens of sites offering advice on Emergency Preparedness, including the CDC (Guide to Extreme Heat), AirFiltersDelivered.com (filter out the damage), YourStorageFinder.com (storing documents), homecity.com (Disaster Safety for Renters), the HumaneSociety.org and avma.org (American Veterinarians) providing advice for your pets.