To help residents prepare for earthquakes, windstorms and other possible disasters, the Bellevue Fire Department will offer a presentation of the Strengthening Preparedness Among Neighbors (SPAN) program, 7 to 8:30 p.m., on Thursday, Oct. 11, at City Hall.
The Fire Department's Emergency Preparedness Division has a range of programs and information that ensure residents and their families can be ready should a natural or man-made disaster strike.
The SPAN program focuses on neighbors collectively organizing to be ready to take care of themselves and each other after a disaster. The Oct. 11 class will be in Room 1E-113. Please bring your Getting Ready SPAN Guide to the presentation. If you do not have one, you can download the Getting Ready guide or get one from city staff at the SPAN training.
Parking is limited, and you may want to carpool. Since this is an after-hours event, you can enter the visitors parking garage from 110th Avenue Northeast, pull a ticket to gain entry and the exit gate will be open when you leave.
Please RSVP with an e-mail no later than Monday, Oct. 8. Please provide your name, telephone number, e-mail address and how many people will be attending from your neighborhood.
If you have questions, please call Emergency Preparedness (contact information in the right column of this page).
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