Warning Coordination Subcommittee (WCS) Meeting
Part 1 of this meeting will be held Monday, January 29, 1:00pm to 3:00pm.
Part 2 of this meeting will be held Tuesday, January 30, from 8:15am to 10:00am.
This is a regularly-scheduled in-person meeting of the WCS.
Who should attend:
- Emergency Management representatives who serve on the NTHMP Coordinating Committee.
- NWS Region Tsunami POCs
- Others who are interested may attend this open meeting.
The purpose of this meeting is to bring together state, territory, university, and NOAA/NWS partners to strategize, collaborate, and continue progress on making the nation safer from the threat of tsunamis, improve mapping, modeling, mitigation and education for tsunamis, and enhance tsunami warning products. This is an open meeting.
This meeting will be held Thursday, February 1, 2018, from 8:15am to 12:00noon.
NTHMP Coordinating Committee Meeting
This meeting will be held on Friday, February 2, 2018, from 8:15am to 11:00am.
This is a regularly-scheduled in-person meeting of the NTHMP Coordinating Committee.
Who should attend: NTHMP Coordinating Committee members
While all meetings are open (unless there is a reason for the Coordinating Committee to vote to close a part of it), generally only voting members of the Coordinating Committee, ex-officio members, and designated guests attend this meeting.
Meeting Registration and Attendees
On-line registration for this meeting is available. All attendees of any NTHMP meeting held this week must register in advance. This on-line form is supported by 123 Contact. If you cannot access this on-line form, please email Rocky Lopes with details on which meetings you will attend and your contact information.
Please complete and email this brief BioStatement that will be used in lieu of introductions.
No "drop-ins" please! For security reasons, everyone attending any of these meetings must register.
There is no charge to attend and participate in any of these meetings.
See who has registered to attend any of these NTHMP meetings.
A room block has been arranged at the Silver Cloud Hotel, 5036 25th Ave NE, Seattle, WA, near the University of Washington. (There are several Silver Cloud Hotels -- this one is called the "University District.")
The room rate is $179/night + 15.6% taxes per night ($206.93 per night total; rates in USD). U.S. Federal Government employees using a Federal travel card may claim tax exemption.
The hotel will accept room reservations with a credit card by calling them on the telephone: +1-206-526-5200.
Ask for a room in the "Tsunami Hazard NOAA" room block.
This hotel offers free breakfast, in-room high-speed internet, free parking, local shuttle service within 3 miles, fitness center, and a guest laundry. The hotel will also provide transportation to and from the meeting location for meeting attendees.
Click on the image to the right for a larger map of the area between the SoundTransit station, the hotel, and the NOAA Sand Point/Western Regional Center