• Fremont Earthquake Exhibit

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    The Hayward fault is a significant earthquake fault that runs for nearly 45 miles (72 km) through the East Bay of the San Francisco Bay region. Learn more about this significant fault by attending this FREE activity.

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  • ACP Membership Meeting

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    Please join the ACP-SF Chapter on April 21st where the membership will learn about the robust emergency management and homeland security efforts for one of the eminent academic institutions in the world, the University of California, San Francisco!

  • Emergency Managers Conference

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    Theme: "Reimagine Resilience: Tools and Types"

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  • ShakeOut 2016

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    Join millions of others worldwide on Thursday, October 20 at 10:20 AM, and practice how to Drop, Cover, and Hold On! Register now and participate in this annual drill to improve preparedness for you and your family. How to participate and prepare.

  • Become a Member

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    The Earthquake Country Alliance (ECA) is a public-private partnership of people, organizations, and regional alliances that work together to improve preparedness, mitigation, and resiliency.

  • Temblor

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    Temblor is an app that provides personal seismic hazard and risk assessment at your location. Visualize nearby hazards, such as faults and landslides, and learn what the likely cost is for earthquake damage.

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Loma Prieta 25 Partner Planning Meeting
Wednesday, June 11, 2014


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Earthquake Clearinghouse

The California Earthquake Clearinghouse is a place to coordinate earthquake field investigations and share observations and knowledge among emergency responders and the engineering and scientific communities.

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