Individuals & Families
A collection of "Take 5 To Survive" flyers that focus on different aspects of preparing yourself and your family for disasters that are common to this area.
Take "5" to Survive
A website featuring a list of quick and easy projects to help families prepare for the emergencies that lie ahead.
Fire and Medical Resources
Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue has information on choosing and using a fire extinguisher, maintaining a working smoke alarm(s) and an Emergency Medical Card that can be printed and posted on your refrigerator.
A series of Public Safety Fact Sheets developed by the Anti-Terrorism Advisory Committee (ATAC) to enhance public safety preparedness for response to terrorist-related incidents and threats.
Public Health Concerns
A list of links to public health resources and agencies that address public safety preparedness related to epidemics and bio-terrorism events.
Special Populations
A collection of resources that support disaster preparedness for populations with special needs in our community. Groups include seniors, disabled, children, pets, and more.
Get Involved - Volunteer
Descriptions of volunteer options for people who wish to help community members during and immediately following a disaster. If you'd like to be trained to respond to the needs of people in your neighborhood or always wanted to become an amateur radio operator, you can get started here.
Work and School
Apply disaster preparedness steps at work and school. Resources to support your efforts can be found here.
Links of Interest
A collection of links that you may find valuable in your search for viable information related to disaster preparedness, response and recovery.






City of Beaverton

City of Tigard

Washington County

Washington County
Sheriff's Office

Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue