COMMUNITY Resources

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This community has a longstanding and extensive emergency preparedness network composed of many hundreds of trained volunteers with relationships across all neighborhoods.

While the City does not have the capacity to check in on all vulnerable populations, we encourage "neighbor to neighbor" support during this time. For example, if you are aware of an elderly resident concerned about leaving their home, you may be able to help by delivering meals or groceries - remember to follow Public Health guidelines for social distancing to prevent an unintentional exposure.

The City’s Youth and Family Services Department provides case management and mental health services to Island seniors and these will continue during the outbreak.


For more information, documents, and helpful links visit our COMMUNITY resources page.

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