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Emergency Grays
Sheriff Rick Scott
Director of Emergency Management
(360) 249-3711


 

Hannah Cleverly
Deputy Director of
Emergency Management
(360) 249-3911

Carmin McCullough
DEM Assistant
(360) 964-1576
GHCDEM@co.grays-harbor.wa.us  ESPAÑOL

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FREE CLASS AVAILABLE

National Weather Service SKYWARN Storm Spotter Program
Saturday, October 5th
12:30pm - 2:30pm
Shoppes at Riverside Community Room
(formerly South Shore Mall)

National Weather Service encourages anyone with an interest in public service to join the SKYWARN program.  Volunteers include police and fire personel, dispatchers, EMS workers, public utility workers and other concerned private citizens.  Individuals affiliated with hospitals, schools, churches and nursing homes or who have a responsibility for protecting others are also encouraged to become a spotter.

 Class includes:
  * NWS basics 
  * Thunderstorms 101
  * Criteria for reporting significant weather to the National Weather Service
  * Severe weather safety
  * Observing winter weather hazards

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Wildfire locations can be found on: PNW Smoke Map

Additional fire information can be found on: InciWeb

 

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Questions?  Contact Grays Harbor County Environmental Health at
(360) 249-4222 or EHD@co.grays-harbor.wa.us

TOXIC ALGAE WARNING FOR OCEAN SHORES WATER WAYS
CONTACT:           Grays Harbor County Environmental Health Division / Jeff Nelson, Director

Test results confirmed the presence of toxin in samples collected from the Grand Canal in Ocean Shores, and with areas of Duck Lake also showing signs of Algae blooms, Grays Harbor County Environmental Health is issuing a health advisory for all bodies of freshwater in and around the City of Ocean Shores.  The drier than normal summer likely helped facilitate growth but the return of the wet season should help dissipate the blooms.  Conditions will be monitored throughout the next few weeks.