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Emergency Management Resources



Multi-Hazard Mitigation                    Yuba County OES Seal

Hazard Mitigation is a sustained action that reduces or eliminates long-term risk to people and property from natural hazards and their effects. Mitigation is not prevention, but rather steps that can be taken to reduce or eliminate the effects of disasters when they do strike.

Mobile Incident Command Vehicle

MICV6The Mobile Incident Command Vehicle (MICV), purchased with Homeland Security Funds, is designed for multi-agency use within the Yuba County Operational Area, which includes the incorporated and unincorporated areas of Yuba County.





PREPAREDNESS

As part of our role to provide the County with emergency and disaster information we would like to recommend the following websites. These agencies are dedicated to providing valuable information designed to assist you in being prepared.

          CalOES_logo          CDC          BeReadyCDPH


RESPONSE

During a disaster it is important to stay informed, listen to your local authorities and keep your radio and/or television turned on. The following websites also provide up to date information.

CalOES_logo     ct_logo_trans        Cal Fire         US Forest Srv            dhs-ntas-badge-small


RECOVERY

After a disaster some assistance may be available to you. Various government and non profit organizations provide assistance to those that become victims of a disaster. However, most assistance is short term and deals only with immediate needs. Long term assistance will most likely come in the form of a loan which will need to be repaid. The following agencies can provide additional information that can assist you after a disaster.

                    CDC          American_Red_Cross_Logo          logo-daip          usagov_logo