EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS TIP OF THE DAY
Work Together As A Community

Work Together as a Community A community working together during an emergency makes sense.

Sharing plans and communicating in advance is a good strategy.
From "FEMA Emergency Preparedness Tips"

Washington State Department of HealthIMPORTANT COVID-19 INFORMATION: South Pend Oreille Fire and Rescue stations are once again open to public gatherings. If you feel ill, it is still important to stay home isolated. If you are concerned you have symptoms of the virus, call your primary care physician to find out if they want to see you. Do not just show up at their office. If you feel it is a life-threating emergency call 911. There is no shortage of information. When gathering information, it is important to remember to utilize trusted and vetted sites. Click on the title above for links to these sites.

POC Local Emergency NotificationsLOCAL EMERGENCY NOTIFICATIONS: Pend Oreille County citizens are urged to sign up to receive Wildfire updates through the new Community Information Service which is designed to deliver important and timely information to residents in our county using the latest technology. This service, Nixle, delivers trustworthy and important neighborhood-level public safety and community event notifications instantly sent to you by cell phone text message, email, and the web.

Large Print Senior Safety Crossword PuzzzleLARGE PRINT SAFETY CROSSWORD PUZZLES: Click on the crossword icon at the right to view and download free puzzles from our collection of large print fire prevention and life safety crossword puzzles. Each PDF file includes a puzzle grid page, a definitions page, and a solution page.