Address:
Tulalip Tribes
Emergency Management

6406 Marine Dr.
Tulalip, WA 98271

Phone: 360-716-4006

Emergency Plans

The Tulalip Tribes is engaged in a wide variety of planning activities to better prepare, respond, recovery and mitigate disasters.

Tulalip Tribes 2010 Hazard Mitigation Plan Update

Public Comment Period Ends August 31, 2010

This Hazard Mitigation Plan is how the Tribe prepares for natural hazards, such as earthquakes, severe storms and tsunamis. Find out what the risks are and what the Tribe is doing about it.

The draft Hazard Mitigation Plan Update is available for public review and comment until 5:00 pm on August 31st, 2010. You can review the plan using Adobe Reader or view the printed copy in the Administration Building Lobby at 6406 Marine Drive. The Plan and comment box are located in the far right corner near the TV.

2010 Hazard Mitigation Plan

View or download the whole plan:

2010 Tulalip Tribes Tribal-/State Level Hazard Mitigation Plan PDF (10.2 Mb)

Contact Tulalip OEM with questions or comments about the plan.

Once the plan is approved by both the Washington State Department of Emergency Management and FEMA, it will be adopted by the Tribal Council. Funding will then be available to complete the mitigation actions and projects listed in Section 4 of the plan. If a disaster should occur, having an approved plan will open additional emergency funds from FEMA and other agencies.

2006 Tribal-Level Hazard Mitigation Plan

The 2006 Hazard Mitigation Plan has expired, but can still be reviewed at the office or downloaded as a PDF.

View or download the whole plan:

2006 Tulalip Tribes Tribal-/State Level Hazard Mitigation Plan PDF (6.9 Mb)

The 2006 state-level plan is an expansion and update of the 2004 local-level plan. The 2004 plan is still available for review at our office.

Quil Ceda Village Hazard Mitigation Plan

The Quil Ceda Hazard Mitigation is currently in development. This plan, when completed, will serve as the basis for emergency management planning within the Consolidated Borough of Quil Ceda Village.

Tulalip Tribes Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP)

The Tulalip Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP) is currently available. If you would like to review it, please come by our office at any time.

Other Plans

The following plans are available for review at the Tulalip OEM office

  • 2004 The Tulalip Tribes Local Hazard Mitigation Plan
  • 2005 Tulalip Tribes Haz-mat Commodity Flow Study
  • 2007 Hazardous Materials Response Plan
  • Tulalip Tribes Public Assistance Administration Plan (2006)