In order to promote awareness of what household items should be on hand during an emergency, DEM launched the “Who Are You Shopping For?” emergency supplies shopping campaign in partnership with local retailers. To download a recommended list of supplies, pleasse click below.
Learn how to prepare yourself and your family for an emergency. Visit 72hours.org for information on how to Make a Plan, Build a Kit and Get Involved.
The U.S. Geological Survey provides historic information about Bay Area earthquakes and preparedness tips.
Emergency planning resources for homes, businesses, and kids, from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
The Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) has created this tool for home and business owners.
Resources for special needs and vulnerable populations during a disaster.
Prepare your home for the next major storm.
Test your knowledge about what to do during an earthquake.
Sign up to receive email and text alerts during emergencies in San Francisco.
Learn more about San Francisco’s Outdoor Public Warning System.
Free training from the San Francisco Fire Department in disaster preparedness and response.
San Francisco is pleased to partner with CaliforniaVolunteers on the first-in-the-nation Disaster Corps initiative. The Disaster Corps will initially be comprised of 1,000 members that will be identified from existing government-affiliated volunteer programs such as SF NERT.
A monthly meeting coordinated by the Mayor's Office on Disability. The goal of this committee is to improve disaster preparedness and response services for persons with disabilities in San Francisco.