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Power Shutoff Update

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Power has been restored to nearly all Sonoma County residents.

Se restauró el servico eléctrico a casi todos los residents del Condado de Sonoma.

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When The Power is Out Tips

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When the Power is Out Tips What you need to know and do when the power is out. Prepare by following these actions and tips: Safe Driving & Pedestrian Tips » Food Safety » Medications » Generators, Camp Stoves, Grills…

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Cuando no hay electricidad tips

Cuando no hay electricidad tips 120 120 Sonoma County Emergency and Preparedness Information

Cuando no hay electricidad tips Lo que necesita saber y hacer cuando no hay electricidad. Prepárese, siguiendo las próximas acciones y sugerencias. Sugerencias para conducir seguramente y para peatones » Seguridad de alimentos » Medicamentos…

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Preparedness Resources

  • Stay Informed – Sign up for alerts, follow us on social media, bookmark local radio and TV stations, and download mobile apps.
  • Get Ready – Understand your risk to various hazards, make a plan to stay safe, build an emergency kit, and plan to stay informed as events unfold.
  • Access & Functional Needs Populations – Additional preparedness information for persons with disabilities, seniors, and others.
  • Educational Events & Exercises – Scheduled public events, exercises and evacuation drills.
  • Earthquake Preparedness – Practice Duck, Cover and Hold
  • Wildfire Readiness
    • Cal Fire recommendations for wildfire preparation, prevention, and recovery.
    • Red Flag Warning information and precautions
  • Power Outages – Information about how to prepare and sign up for notifications, and what to expect
  • Mudslide Preparedness – What to do before, during and after

Additional Resources

  • How to Help – Whether it is volunteering, training, or donating you are interested in, we have resources for you.
  • Community Preparedness – Learn how to start a COPE (Citizens Organized to Prepare for Emergencies) and neighborhood watch groups.
  • Preparedness Videos – Informative videos about emergency planning, fire and earthquake safety, and helpful senior-specific tips.