Season of Safety

Get Prepared. Be Safe. Beaverton Ready

In Beaverton, safety matters. We can all do our part to keep our city, neighborhoods and homes safe. Use the safety resources and tips provided to help you live safely.

Accident Awareness

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Child Safety

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Emergency Preparedness

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Stay Safe at Work

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Street Safety

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Water Quality

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Season of Safety

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The City of Beaverton has launched a season of safety to encourage preparedness and promote safety concepts. The city-wide effort is an opportunity to build a safer community. We want residents and community members to get prepared, be safe and live Beaverton Ready

Get Involved!

Residents are encouraged to get involved. Whether it’s incorporating safe practices within your own home or working to promote safety in your neighborhood, let’s show how we can all do our part to keep Beaverton safe. 

Take our Beaverton Ready Safety Pledge and share your safety ideas. #BeavertonReady. 

Cascadia Rising 

In June 2016, the City of Beaverton and Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) participated in a Cascadia Rising earthquake exercise. The multi-state effort was an opportunity for city staff and volunteers to simulate response to a major earthquake event and evaluate performance. 

The exercise supported joint-response efforts associated with an anticipated 9.0 magnitude earthquake along the Cascadia Subduction Zone. The earthquake and potential resulting tsunami could be the most complex disaster scenario to face emergency responders in the Pacific Northwest. 

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