Community Preparedness

The San Juan County/Friday Harbor Department of Emergency Management has a wide array of preparedness materials on their website.

Individual preparedness comes first, then neighborhood readiness. For more information, visit www.sanjuandem.net, or refer to the links below:

Critical Preparedness Info for Islanders: www.sanjuandem.net/prepare

Winter Weather Preparedness: www.sanjuandem.net/winter

Earthquake Preparedness: www.sanjuandem.net/quake

Preparing your Neighborhood: www.sanjuandem.net/neighbors

en espaƱol: www.sanjuandem.net/espanol

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    AED Location Map

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    Every 15 Minutes

    Every 3 years we offer an anti-drinking and driving program called “Every 15 Minutes” which is an experiential high-impact and community involving program aimed at helping high schoolers resist the pressures to drink and drive. Learn More About Every 15 Minutes >>

    Life’s lessons are best learned through experience. Unfortunately, when the target audience is teens and the topic is drinking and driving, experience is not the teacher of choice.

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    Free Safety Equipment

    Through our Injury Prevention Program, we give away child bicycle helmets, infant and child car seats and toddler booster seats.

    We have available:

    • Infant car seats through booster seats.*
    • Bicycle helmets from toddler to large child.*

    *Available for island residents in need.

    If you’re interested in contributing to this program, please contact the:
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    P.O. Box 1243 | Friday Harbor, WA 98250

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    Classroom Visits

    We’ll bring the ambulance and age appropriate learning activities to your classroom that highlight the need for accident and injury prevention.