Survey starts on emergency plans

  • Friday, May 25, 2018 11:30am
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Bainbridge Island’s emergency responders are encouraging residents to take a few moments to complete a community survey on disaster preparedness.

The survey is being conducted for the city of Bainbridge Island, the Bainbridge Island Fire Department and Bainbridge Prepares.

Answers to the 16-question survey will help officials make preparedness plans and identify areas of special focus.

As an island community, officials note that individual and collective preparedness will play a crucial role in Bainbridge’s ability to recover from a disaster, crisis or disruption.

Answers to the survey are anonymous. The deadline to complete the survey is Friday, June 1.

For more information about the survey, contact Amber Richards, emergency management coordinator for the city of Bainbridge Island, at arichards@bainbridgewa.gov.

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