When we work together – we’re stronger than ever!

What is the Block Coordinator Program?
The Block Coordinator Program (BC Program) was created by the FICRA trust as a way to facilitate information flow and communication between the Emergency Planning leadership and individuals. It relies on neighborhood relationships and cooperation – in an emergency we are stronger working together than working alone. The BC program applies that thinking to preparation as well.

How do I find out if I have a Block Coordinator?
Click on the Block Coordinator Map to the left to find out. Locate your street and home – if the area is highlighted in Red/Blue/Green/Purple or Teal your BC name and contact information will pop up. If not, you have several options.

  1. Ask a neighboring block to 'adopt' you. This works best if your property is adjoining the other block. 
  2. Start your own block! The Fox Island Block Coordinator can help you do this. Click the Contact Us link below to get started. 
  3. Neither of the above works and you still want to be prepared? Contact Us and ask to be signed up for FI Block Orphans to get the monthly preparedness information news.
  4. Sign up to be a Block Coordinator!

Block Coordinator Program Links:

Last modified on: 4/21/2024