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disaster preparedness

    Santa Clarita Aims To Help Residents Prepare For Natural Disasters

    Santa Clarita is honoring National Preparedness Month this September with a series of seminars to help residents prepare.

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    County To Test Emergency Response In Mock Earthquake Drill

    The Los Angeles County Office of Emergency Management (OEM) is holding a mock emergency functional exercise at the Los Angeles County Emergency Operations Center (CEOC) today from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The drill will test the response of various agencies to a simulated magnitude 7.8 earthquake hitting Los Angeles County.

    SCV Chamber Of Commerce To Host "Disaster Planning" Luncheon

    The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce presents an informative luncheon on being prepared if your business experiences a “disaster”.Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce

    Santa Clarita Offers Seven Week Emergency Response Training Course

    The City of Santa Clarita is offering a seven-week emergency response program to teach SCV residents how to survive disasters such as earthquakes, fires, floods, hazardous incidents, and other life-threatening situations.  

    Are You Prepared If A Disaster Hits Your Neighborhood?

    Local officials are urging residents of our county to prepare now for natural disasters and other emergencies.

    Earthquakes, fires and other natural disasters can affect many people over a wide area, but even a train derailment or plane crash can knock down power lines in a smaller area, creating blackouts, blocking streets, spreading hazardous materials, and making it difficult for repair crews to restore power for several days.