CITY TO CONDUCT EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS DRILL AT PIERS 30-32 WITH
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE OCTOBER 2ND
The Defense Support of Civil Authorities Exercise will help test and evaluate the locally developed Incident Communications Plan (ICS 205) and Emergency Support Function (ESF) 2 Communications Annex.
The San Francisco Department of Emergency Management invites the Bay Area to the "Get Ready, Stay Ready: Emergency Preparedness Community Fair"
After the Storm
Severe storms can cause flooding to homes and streets and landslides in certain areas. The following information will help you recover from the storms.
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SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Today, Mayor London N. Breed joined Mary Ellen Carroll, Director of the Department of Emergency Management, and other City leaders to honor San Francisco Emergency Medical Services (EMS) professionals at the San Francisco EMS Awards, hosted by the Emergency Medical Services Agency, a division of the Department of Emergency Management.
Our first wet and windy weather event of the season is upon us. The National Weather Service is forecasting significant rain through Monday, with the potential of 3 to 4 inches of rainfall in span of 24 to 36 hours, gusty southerly winds of up to 45mph and 50mph on the coast, and a high surf warning tonight through Tuesday morning.
The National Weather Service is forecasting significant rain Sunday into Monday, with the potential of 3 to 4 inches of rainfall in span of 24 to 36 hours, gusty southerly winds of up to 45mph and 50mph on the coast, and a high surf warning Sunday evening through Tuesday morning.
Low-lying and historically flood-prone areas in San Francisco will likely flood. Coastal flooding may be possible along shorelines during high tides. City crews are ready to respond to weather impacts including clearing catch basins and removing downed trees.
When the ground starts to shake, what do you do? Join the Great ShakeOut to practice earthquake safety with your community