- Get Two Weeks Ready at mil.wa.gov/preparedness
- Tsunami Preparedness tips: mil.wa.gov/tsunami
- The U.S. National Tsunami Warning Center issues tsunami information for the continental U.S. and Canada. They have a Twitter account where they post official notices at https://twitter.com/NWS_NTWC You can follow their account on Twitter. However, if you do not have a Twitter account, you can still follow the account via text messages. For tsunami notifications, send a text message to 40404 with the words “Follow NWS_NTWC” as the message. You can also sign up for emails at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- For an interactive geology map, visit https://www.dnr.wa.gov/geologyportal
- For geologic hazard maps, visit https://www.dnr.wa.gov/programs-and-services/geology/geologic-hazards/geologic-hazard-maps
- For tsunami information, visit tsunami.gov
- Preparedness and Emergency Information on Social Media: https://twitter.com/waEMD & https://www.facebook.com/washemd
Tsunami Resources by county
Looking for local materials and want an interactive experience? Try the Geologic Information Portal at www.dnr.wa.gov/geologyportal
(Using a smart phone? Try http://www.dnr.wa.gov/mobilegeology instead)
What's the the Washington State Geologic Information Portal?
This application puts complex geologic and hazards information into the hands of everyone—citizens and community decision-makers as well as
scientists and technical professionals—allowing them to quickly compare and synthesize data of different types (geology, hazards, resources, base
maps) to help solve a variety of problems.
- create custom geoscience maps for online display
- find out more about individual map features
- download the corresponding geospatial data
- make informed decisions on issues such as the environment, natural
- resource protection and exploration, land use, and public safety
More about the portal via this brochure (PDF)
Revised Tsunami Inundation Maps
Revised text to better explain the differences between this study and past studies, greater detail provided with regards to survivability for inundation, clarified text to better communicate the chronology of events and address limitations of the model with regards to liquefaction. There are three types of maps: tsunami inundation (life safety), detailed inundation, and current velocity.
- One each for Grays Harbor/Northern Willapa Bay and Willapa Bay to the Columbia River. The digital version of this publication is available at http://www.dnr.wa.gov/publications/ger_ms2018-01_tsunami_hazard_southwest_washington.zip.
- Maps are also now available for Bellingham and Anacortes. http://www.dnr.wa.gov/publications/ger_ms2018-02_tsunami_hazard_anacortes_bellingham.zip
- Maps are now available for Port Townsend and Port Angeles. https://washingtonstategeology.wordpress.com/2018/08/17/newly-published-port-angeles-and-port-townsend-tsunami-inundation-hazard-maps/
Some brochures are tabloid-size (11 x 17 in.). The "upside down" orientation of part of the second page is because they were designed to be folded in half and then in thirds. They can be printed on letter-size paper by telling your printer to shrink to fit or scale to 50 percent. All maps are PDFs.
- Grays Harbor County
- Aberdeen and Hoquiam in English & Spanish
- Amanda Park in English
- Cosmopolis and South Aberdeen in English & Spanish
- Ocean City, Copalis Beach, Pacific Beach and Moclips in English & Spanish
- Ocean Shores and Vicinity in English & Spanish
- Quinault, General Evacuation in English
- Taholah Ocean Tracts and Point Grenville, Tsunami Evacuation in English
- Taholah Village, Tsunami Evacuation in English
- Tsa'alal Village in English
- Westport, Grayland, and Ocosta in English & Spanish
- Pacific County
- Clallam County
- Jefferson County
- Whatcom County
Understanding Tsunami Hazards in Washington - Fact Sheets by County (All are PDFs)
- Grays Harbor County Tsunami Fact Sheets
- Clallam County Tsunami Fact Sheets
- Jefferson County Tsunami Fact Sheets
- Pacific County Tsunami Fact Sheets
- All Hazards Guides (PDF)