A committee of the Sunnyside Neighborhood Association
[Oct 2017 budget report and approved request]
Our Guiding Statement
Sunnyside Prepared helps residents educate each other about preparing their families and neighbors to care for themselves after a disaster, ranging from power outages to a major earthquake. To that end, the committee collaborates closely with the Sunnyside NET (Neighborhood Emergency Team), whose members have been trained and vetted by PBEM (Portland Bureau of Emergency Management).
Our collective goal is to help each other help ourselves, because history has proven repeatedly that in a crisis our neighbors are our most important “first responders.” All Sunnyside residents are welcome to participate in whatever capacity they are able and willing.
- Join our email list.
- Come to one of our meetings!
- If you have a Fred Meyer Rewards card, please link your account to Sunnyside NET. They give us money, and it costs you nothing. Win/win. Hit this link, scroll down to Community Rewards, and search for organization # 88309 (our account via Friends of Portland Fire & Rescue).
- Volunteer! We need help with:
- Fund raising
- Social media
- HAM radio operation
- Business outreach
Glenn C. Devitt, 503.345.4321, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jan S. Molinaro, who is also a Sunnyside NET Assistant Team Leader.
Glenn C. Devitt, who is also a Sunnyside NET Assistant Team Leader. By day, he works for the Portland Bureau of Emergency Management as the Community Resilience Team Program Administrator.
Map of the Sunnyside Neighborhood created by Anthea Fallen-Bailey, Dec 2013
- Family Emergency Supplies Calendar – An easy, affordable way to gradually build your family’s kit over 24 weeks. (two-sided tri-fold; contact us for copies to distribute to a group)
- Map Your Neighborhood – Skills and Equipment Inventory: PDF or editable ODT
- Info and map of BEECN (Basic Earthquake Emergency Communication Nodes)
- Active NET teams in Portland, with Team Leader contact info
- The Twin-Bucket Emergency Toilet system
- FEMA “Hazard Hunt” posters for Homes and Schools (too large to print at home–contact us if you’d like to borrow a laminated copy)
- DoveLewis Animal Preparedness Guidelines
- Public Safety and Livability Resources
- NET – City of Portland Bureau of Emergency Management
- American Red Cross – Cascades Region
- Planning for Resilience & Emergency Preparedness (PREP)