Did you know that an estimated 8 out of 10 car seats are installed incorrectly? You’ll have peace of mind when you know your child’s car seat is properly installed in your car.
Take a car seat safety class at the Pavilion for Women & Children. Call (425) 304-6047 to enroll.
Make sure your car seat is installed properly through a free car seat check appointment. You can have your car seat checked by the:
Snohomish County Fire District 1
Snohomish County Sheriff
Granite Falls Fire Department
Lake Stevens Fire or Police Departments
View a full list of car seat check locations and make an appointment
Car Seat Awareness Classes
Attend this class to receive training on basic car seat instruction, car seat laws in Washington State, best practices and more.
The class is intended for medical professionals, DSHS transporters, social workers, police officers, firefighters, parents, and more.
To register, complete and mail this form to us. You can also contact Shawneri Guzman at (425) 304-6157.
View upcoming dates and locations
Proper-fitting helmets save lives. When it comes to biking, skating or skiing, a helmet that fits right can help prevent head injuries. There are many locations throughout Snohomish County where you can find a low cost multi-sport helmet.
Helmets are available for $10, or by donation. You will receive a free custom fitting with each purchase. Contact a helmet distribution site in your area for more information.
Get the right helmet fit
A helmet should be adjusted each time you use it. Learn how to correctly fit a bike helmet.
Drowning is silent! By following proper water safety tips and using a life jacket, unintentional injuries can be avoided and lives can be saved.
Life jackets are available for day use at various Snohomish County Locations including:
- Martha Lake
- Flowing Lake
- Twin Lakes
- Wyatt Park
- Marysville, Monroe and Index Fire Department
Water Safety Tips
Supervision is Key to Safety
Always designate an adult to supervise your child/teen at all times
Know Your Limits
No matter how good a swimmer you are, it is easy to misjudge the water or your skills. If you are tired, rest and stay out of the water. Drowning happens to even the strongest swimmers who become too tired to make it back to shore.
Beware of Rivers
Many lakes and rivers are cold enough to cause hypothermia, even in the summer. Calm rivers can hide dangerous undercurrents, rocks and tree branches. Rivers are unpredictable and should be avoided.
Wear a Life Jacket
Even strong swimmers can benefit from a life jacket. Wear a life jacket when swimming, boating, innertubing or rafting. Play toys such as water wings, air mattresses and swim noodles are not safety devices.
Learn What To Do in an Emergency
Respond quickly when someone appears to be in trouble. Know your location and contact medical personal quickly.