The Health Agency is actively responding to COVID-19 and continuing to provide other essential services. Please see updates from Animal Services, Behavioral Health, Public Guardian and Public Health.
This service provides guidelines for preparation and response to an emergency.
In Case of a Disaster
Disasters such as earthquakes, wildfires and floods may cause hardships related to water and food quality, pool sanitation, chemical spills and other emergencies. Please refer to the guidance below for specific topical information in preparing for an emergency and in response to an emergency.
Protect yourself, your home, and your business from the harmful effects of fire - before, during and after. Please review the following guidelines for more information.
Fire Recovery and Clean up Information for Restaurants, Bars, and Retail Markets
After a disaster, it is safest to drink bottled water until you are certain that your water is free fof contaminants and safe to drink. Before taking any action to ensure your water supply is safe, please review the following informational guidelines.
For more general information on preparing for and responding to a disaster, see the County’s Office of Emergency Services website.
For questions regarding any of this information, please contact us.