Map Your Neighborhood (MYN) is the program selected by Bainbridge Prepares and its partners—the City of Bainbridge Island (COBI) and the Bainbridge Island Fire Department (BIFD)—to organize neighborhoods in preparation for a disaster. Think of it as your first line of defense after you have prepared your own household. So far, 38 percent of Bainbridge … More Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Map Your Neighborhood
Bainbridge Prepares—in partnership with the City, the Bainbridge Island Rotary, and the Bainbridge Island Fire Department—purchased 108 stop the bleed kits for distribution around the island. The goal is to help people respond effectively to bleeding injuries. A stop the bleed kit provides the tools people need to respond quickly to any incident resulting in … More BP Partnership Delivers Stop the Bleed Kits to Schools
Each month, we will be featuring a different Bainbridge Prepares team so you can get to know them and their mission. Today’s spotlight is on the Map Your Neighborhood (MYN) Team led by Anne LeSage (COBI Emergency Management Coordinator). Mission The Team’s mission is to help every neighborhood on Bainbridge Island get “mapped” through the … More Team Spotlight: Map Your Neighborhood
Yesterday, November 14, Scott James (founder of BP), Anne LeSage (City of Bainbridge Island Emergency Coordinator), and Jared Moravec (Bainbridge Island Fire Department Deputy Fire Chief) paid a visit to Savannah, Georgia. They were there at the 70th International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM) Annual Conference to pick up an important recognition. The Awards & … More BP Named Emergency Management Voluntary Organization of the Year
Map Your Neighborhood (MYN) is the program selected by Bainbridge Prepares and its partners—the City of Bainbridge Island (COBI) and Bainbridge Island Fire Department (BIFD)—for structuring our community’s preparation for a large-scale emergency. MYN operates on the premise that prepared households can form prepared neighborhoods to provide assistance and support during the early hours and … More Have You Mapped Your Neighborhood Yet? Here’s What to Do
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