Emergency Management

Roles and Responsibilities

The Office of Emergency Management keeps residents, businesses, and visitors safe with county and City Emergency Alerts, a comprehensive emergency plan, and resources for floods and winter storms. In addition, the office participates in a Hazard Mitigation Plan with King County and other neighboring local governments. Some areas in Snoqualmie are designated special flood hazard areas, therefore, the City of Snoqualmie participates in a program called National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) which provides flood insurance protection to property owners in flood-prone areas. 

Leadership

Fire Chief Mark Correira, who brings xx years of experience in emergency management and preparedness, leads the Office of Emergency Management. Chief Correira serves as the Incident Commander in emergencies, with Assistant Fire Chief Mike Bailey serving in a backup role.  

Ways You Can Help in Local Emergencies and Disasters

The Community Cert Emergency Response Team (CERT) consists of volunteer community members trained in disaster preparedness and response to help their neighbors. Periodic classes offer ways to become certified.

The Snoqualmie Emergency Communications and Support Team (SECAST) is made up of community volunteers trained in emergency communications.

Emergency Alerts

CEMP

The City of Snoqualmie Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP) is used by city and public safety officials to provide emergency management services before, during, and after a major emergency or disaster.

Floods/Storms

Find resources and links for flood and storm information from local and regional agencies, as well as emergency preparedness information.

Regulations

the City of Snoqualmie participates in a program called National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) which provides flood insurance protection to property owners in flood-prone areas.

Hazard Mitigation Plan

King County and a partnership of local governments within King County - including the City of Snoqualmie - have developed and maintained a regional hazard mitigation plan to reduce risks from natural disasters.

CERT

The Community Emergency Response Team is made up of volunteer community members trained in disaster preparedness and response to help their neighbors. Learn about this course and become certified!

SECAST

The Snoqualmie Emergency Communications and Support Team (SECAST) is made up of community volunteers trained in emergency communications.