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​January and February 2017 Storm Resources

For those impacted by the January-February storms and the resulting flooding, resources are listed here.  The Presidential declarations allow for Public Assistance (assistance to public agencies) and did not allow for Individual Assistance (assistance to individuals and families), however, a number of other programs are available. 


 

You can also read alert information on the Homeland Security Alerts web page.

Be Prepared for Summer Heat

 The National Weather Service Sacramento has issued an Excessive Heat Warning in effect until Monday, September 4 at 8:00 PM.

 

Emergency Alerts Notification System

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Hazards in Our Area

Learn about the various disasters and emergencies that can happen within Sacramento County, and how to prepare for them.


Prepare your emergency kit

First aid kit, water, medication, contacts information. Find out what to include in your emergency kit.


Emergency Plans

The Office of Emergency Services maintains a number of county-wide emergency plans as part of its comprehensive emergency management program to ensure the County and its local jurisdictions are ready to respond to a variety of threats and hazards impacting the area.  These plans are consistent with the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and California’s Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS) and coordinated with state and federal plans.

 


Sacramento OES Disaster Preparedness


Sacramento OES Disaster Preparedness Video

For Your Information

Make a Communications Plan

Your family may not be together when an emergency happens.

Emergencies Affect Pets, Too

Plan ahead to make sure your pets are safe in an emergency.

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