The Listos (Ready) California Emergency Preparedness Campaign is a visionary initiative of Governor Gavin Newsom to engage over one million Californians in vulnerable populations and geographies, ensuring that they are prepared for emergencies, and showcasing the best that California has to offer through community service, neighborhood preparedness, and disaster resilience. The campaign will bolster the efforts of first-responders by ensuring that the most vulnerable Californians are connected to culturally and linguistically competent support. It will also build on the success of existing resident efforts throughout the State of California to foster local community disaster preparedness networks.
Source: Listos CA
Click on the DISASTER GUIDE icon to access the PDF format in various languages.
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County of Sonoma
Sonoma County has experienced a number of disasters over the past several years including floods, earthquakes, power shutoffs, a pandemic and wildfires. The County’s alert and warning systems have grown to notify residents of an emergency in their area early and accurately. Many alerts require individuals opt-in, below are links to sign-up and information on additional warning systems. To learn more about the County’s Emergency and Preparedness information visit www.socoemergency.org
Source: Soco Emergency
City of Sonoma
In a major disaster, it might be several days before vital city services are restored. Sonoma is exposed to a wide variety of hazards, both natural and man-made, including earthquakes, fires, and severe storms. In addition to signing up for alerts, your best defense is to take steps to be prepared for emergencies, both at home and in your place of business. It’s also important, especially during wildfire season, to prepare for extended power outages. We’ve provided links to a number of resources to help you create a plan that will assist you during an emergency.
Source: City of Sonoma