Cal OES Assistant Chief Charles “Chuck” Tobias was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Continuing Challenge Hazardous Materials Workshop in Sacramento this week. “It’s really quite an honor”, said Tobias. “To be recognized by your peers... Read MoreRead more about Cal OES Assistant Chief Presented With Lifetime Achievement Award
Listos – Spanish for Ready – is a grass-roots disaster preparedness program tailored to meet the needs of Spanish speaking communities. Over 35,000 people have gone through the Listos program since its inception in 2009. This video shows how families are ready, thanks... Read MoreRead more about Are You Listos (Ready)?
Parts of California experienced triple-digit temperatures this week, triggering an Excessive Heat Warning for many parts of the Valley. In this Inside Look, we’ll show you some simple ways to avoid the heat and how to stay cool during the hottest times of the... Read MoreRead more about The Heat Is On, And What Is a PSPS?
One week after the Russian River rose above flood stage, flooding thousands of residents in Sonoma County, the cleanup and recovery process is well underway, even as more rain moved across the area Tuesday. In this Inside Look, we’ll catchup with teams going... Read MoreRead more about Cleanup Underway As Sonoma County Residents Recover From Russian River Flooding
Nearly 100 residential properties burned by the Woolsey and Hill Fires in Ventura and Los Angeles Counties have been cleared by the state’s Consolidated Removal Program in Southern California. In this Inside Look, we go behind the scenes to show you how the process... Read MoreRead more about Debris Cleanup Continues In Los Angeles, Ventura Counties