Natural Disaster/ Wildfire

Our community has weathered many wildfires over the years. At Room One, we stay connected to emergency management locally so we can provide current information related to emergencies impacting our local community. Consider following us on Facebook or Instagram to stay informed.

We can also make connections to local resources if you have been impacted by a natural disaster. Please give us a call to learn more.

Okanogan Emergency Management

Protects communities by coordinating and integrating all activities necessary to build, sustain, and improve the capability to mitigate against, prepare for, respond to, and recover from threatened or actual natural disasters, acts of terrorism, or other man-made disasters.

Aero Methow Rescue Service

Provides emergency transportation to are hospitals with 24/7 advanced life support care, pre-hospital and emergency care. Active members of Okanogan Search and Rescue Department. Also offers injury prevention programs.

Methow Ready

Program of Aero Methow, helps ensure the Methow Valley community is prepared for a disaster. Find information on their website about disaster preparedness, safety and emergency resources, and firewire programs.

Okanogan Long-Term Recovery Group

Provides coordination and recovery services to those individuals, families, businesses and communities that were adversely impacted by wildfires and mudslides across Okanogan County.

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American Red Cross

Provides food, clothing and emergency funds to victims of natural disasters. Hotel/motel rooms for up to 3 days are available for those in need.

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Clean Air Methow

Clean Air Methow is a project of MVCC and has a year-round air quality program focusing on serving the community’s needs and questions related to air quality; providing solutions to improve air quality where possible; and activity promoting a sustainably clean airshed and breathing room for everyone.

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