Safety and Security
A watch reports on conditions that may generate a tsunami.
to your radio, NOAA Weather Radio, or TV for updates on the watch.
well in advance what your safest evacuation route will be (the main campus
upper parking lot is designated as a tsunami assembly area).
reports that a tsunami may have been generated.
- Move to higher ground or inland (the main campus upper
parking lot is designated as a tsunamis assembly area).
- If no higher ground is near, go to upper levels of
- Continue to monitor your local radio or NOAA Weather
Radio for further information and instructions.
- Wait for the “ALL CLEAR” before you return to the beach
or to your home.
evacuation routes were developed to help coastal residents and visitors find
safer locations in case of an earthquake and tsunami. Evacuation signs
have been placed along coastal roadways to indicate the direction inland or to
some places, there may be more than one direction available to reach safer
areas. These routes may be marked with several signs showing additional
options for evacuation. You should know the evacuation routes for your
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GRAYS HARBOR COLLEGE
1620 Edward P. Smith Drive
(360) 532-9020 or toll-free (in WA
state) 1-(800) 562-4830
Fax: (360) 538-4299
Riverview Education Center, Raymond: (360) 875-9466
Columbia Education Center, Ilwaco: (360) 642-9433
Whiteside Education Center, Aberdeen: (360) 533-9733