A sandy tropical beach with Rip Currents Sign and a breaking ocean wave in the background. Sign says: "Rip Currents - You could be swept out and drown - If in doubt, don't go out". Read more about Water Safety Tips to Remember This Memorial Day Weekend

It’s Memorial Day Weekend – the unofficial start of summer! Whether you are planning to swim in a pool, boat on the lake or kayak down the river, the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) reminds Californians to be prepared and remember these... Read MoreRead more about Water Safety Tips to Remember This Memorial Day Weekend

Cal OES Delivers PPE Equipment Read more about Cal OES has Distributed Over 1.6 Billion Pieces of PPE to Californians

As California emerges from the Omicron surge and transitions to the next phase of the state’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services continues to work to ensure our state is ready and able to adapt to whatever may come next. Key... Read MoreRead more about Cal OES has Distributed Over 1.6 Billion Pieces of PPE to Californians

CAL OES AWARDS $200,000 IN GRANTS TO SACRAMENTO COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE TO IMPROVE THE SYSTEM OF INFORMATION SHARING TO SUSPECTED CHILD ABUSE CASES Read more about Cal OES Awards $200,000 in Grants to Sacramento County to Improve Information Sharing for Suspected Child Abuse Cases

Continuing to improve the system of sharing information for suspected child abuse cases, the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) awards $200,000 to the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office, with additional funding available for more... Read MoreRead more about Cal OES Awards $200,000 in Grants to Sacramento County to Improve Information Sharing for Suspected Child Abuse Cases

Cal OES Delivers PPE Equipment Read more about The California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services has Distributed Over 1.39 Billion Pieces of PPE to Californians

Continuing to actively work to stop the spread of COVID-19 and the Omicron Variant, the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) continues to rapidly distribute Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to schools, counties and medical facilities across... Read MoreRead more about The California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services has Distributed Over 1.39 Billion Pieces of PPE to Californians

Snow on the ground in a neighborhood street Read more about Ready for Anything: Generator and Propane Safety Tips

Cal OES urges Californians to be prepared before, during, and after a storm, there are a few key things to consider to keep your family and your home as safe as possible. As the season for severe winter weather sweeps across the country, make sure your family and your... Read MoreRead more about Ready for Anything: Generator and Propane Safety Tips