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The City of Kirkland is at risk for a variety of hazards. Some of these hazards can occur with very little warning, like earthquakes, and some hazards usually have warning signs before they happen, like storms.
In order to get ready for emergencies, it is important to understand local risk. Find out what hazards could impact you, and then learn how to get prepared.
There may be hazards that could impact Kirkland that are not listed here. Making a household emergency plan and building an emergency kit will help you be ready for all kinds of hazards.
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