A BEECN is a place to go in Portland after a major earthquake to ask for emergency assistance if phone service is down, or report severe damage or injury. Click on the links below to learn more about BEECNs, find a site near you and get prepared for an earthquake.
Upcoming BEECN Trainings:
Linnton Community Center
10614 NW St. Helens Road (a.k.a. Hwy. 30)
More info (including sign up info) here:
It if you have a group of six people or more please contact email@example.com and arrangements can be made to provide a 90 minute BEECN training at a time and place convenient to you.
The BEECN "to-do" list
Log in to the BEECN database to manage hours and update your personal information. Contact the BEECN Coordinator if you have trouble logging in.
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PBEM's Operations Manager, David Blitzer, narrates this video introduction to the BEECN program.
Print out a map showing all 48 BEECN sites.
Print out a postcard with a map and information about BEECN sites.
Frequently asked questions about BEECNs.
Last updated 2017.10.03
This document spells out the conditions participants agree to in order to volunteer with the BEECN program.
Answers to Code of Conduct Questions
BEECN information in Spanish.
Tell us what you think about the BEECN program.