The California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) has redesigned its website with the public in mind.
On July 20, the Cal OES main website is relaunching with an updated modern public facing site and new upgrades focusing on providing the public with easier and quicker access to fresh content.
The primary objective of the site redesign was to focus on the user. Using a people-focused process to implement feedback from end users to update aesthetics, simplifying content and increasing the visibility of key programs that help Californians prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters.
The new website also is easier to navigate, with drop-down options on disaster-related preparedness links, survivor assistance, and more information on Cal OES divisions and initiatives. Additionally, the site incorporates more real-time data elements and GIS mapping so that the public can better understand the on-the-ground efforts to combat natural disasters as they occur.
There could be updates we may have missed in the shuffle over to the new site, we encourage you to give us any feedback at WebMaster@CalOES.ca.gov. Cal OES looks forward to continually updating the content.
Click here to view the new website.