Disaster can strike quickly and without warning. It can force you to evacuate your neighborhood or keep you in your home. What would you do if basic services, such as water, gas, electricity, or telephones were cut off? You and your family should be prepared to take care of yourselves for 3 days or more following a major disaster. The Puget Sound area is susceptible to wind and winter storms, chemical spills, floods, fires, earthquakes, mud slides, train derailment, tsunamis and terrorism.

Preparing for an emergency doesn't have to be overwhelming. Be informed, make a plan, build a kit and get involved. Here is a list of resources that can help make getting prepared a little easier.

The City of Marysville is closely monitoring the evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, and is working closely with the Snohomish Health District to receive the latest updates and emergency procedures from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The health risk from the novel coronavirus to the public remains low.

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If you have any questions, you can call the hotline operated by the state health department at 1-800-525-0127, and press #.

We encourage you to monitor reliable sources on COVID-19, including:

Individual and family preparedness resources

Your family may not all be together when a disaster strikes.  It is important to think about how you will communicate in the events of a catastrophic emergency.

Business and community resources