Map your Neighborhood

Neighborhoods that are prepared for emergencies and disaster situations save lives, reduce the severity of injuries and trauma and reduce property damage. In addition, contributing as an individual and working together as a team helps develop stronger communities and improve the quality of life in the community.

The Map Your Neighborhood program guides you and your neighbors through simple steps to help enhance your preparedness for an emergency. These steps will help you to quickly and safely take actions that can minimize damage and protect lives. It is designed to improve disaster readiness at the neighborhood level, 15-20 homes or a defined area that you can canvas in 1 hour.  It teaches neighbors to rely on each other during the hours or days before fire, medical, police or utility responders arrive.

If you have questions, please contact the Emergency Management Division’s Public Education staff at (253) 512-7419 or email public.education@mil.wa.gov

Washington State Residents/Partners

Please send an email to public.education@mil.wa.gov to receive your MYN materials and the contact information for your local emergency management office.  Note: Local offices track each organized neighborhood to help them meet their planning and preparedness goals.

MYN Supporting Materials

Interested in MYN and live outside Washington State?

MYN workbooks are available for purchase for a limited time for residents outside of Washington state. Please submit your order through the Department of Enterprise Services Fulfillment Center: MyPrint. Note: Map Your Neighborhood workbooks will be discontinued in 2021. Please refer to the new neighborhood preparedness program, Be 2 Weeks Ready, for free neighborhood preparedness products. To be notified of when Be 2 Weeks Ready is released, please submit the form below.

New program coming!

We are excited to announce the upcoming release of a new neighborhood preparedness program titled Be 2 Weeks Ready! The new program, releasing for beta testing in fall of 2021, is currently being developed by partners in Washington and Oregon. The program will be readily accessible for all to use and will be scalable for use by families, neighborhoods, and communities. To be notified when the new program is available, please complete the form below.