Emergency Response Resources by Topic

Emergency Response Resources by Topic

Detailed information for effective emergency response by

Air Quality

Animal Disposal

Avian Influenza

Debris Removal and Disposal

Drought and Water Conservation

With California facing one of the most severe droughts on
record, Governor Brown declared a drought State of Emergency in
January and directed state officials to take all necessary
actions to prepare for water shortages. The state has continued
to lead the way to make sure California is able to cope with an
unprecedented drought.



Emergency Management Action

Fire Response and Recovery

Wildfires can create widespread threats to public health and
the environment. Air quality can be affected by smoke, ash,
toxins, and dust. Soil and water quality can be affected by
uncontrolled hazardous materials and debris.
Learn more.

Hazardous Materials & Oil Spills

California Hazmat and Oil
Emergency Function
, known as EF-10, is a framework for
agencies with jurisdictional or regulatory authority to conduct
all phases of  emergency management for threatened or actual
releases of oil or hazardous materials.

Oil Spill Information

Preparing for an Emergency

Tsunami Debris Information

Information on tsunami debris and
safety developed in coordination with multiple state and federal



Emergency Response Links