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EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS COMMITTEE

OVERVIEW

The Emergency Preparedness Committee advises and assists the City Council and staff to ensure that the City of Rancho Palos Verdes develops and maintains a high state of readiness to respond to a wide variety of emergencies and disasters.

Jennifer Boudreau
E-mail: epc@rpv.com
Marty Foster, VICE CHAIR
E-mail: epc@rpv.com
Diana J. Feinberg
E-mail: epc@rpv.com
Keith Harter
E-mail: epc@rpv.com
Timothy Weiner, CHAIR
E-mail: epc@rpv.com
 
Emergency Preparedness Committee Members can be contacted via City Hall at (310) 544-5209.

The Emergency Preparedness Committee holds evening meetings as required, generally on the third Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Community Room at City Hall.
Name Term Begins Term Expires First Appointed
Boudreau 12/18/2010 12/18/2014 06/03/2003
Feinberg 02/05/2013 02/05/2017 12/18/2010
Foster 02/05/2013 02/05/2017 12/18/2010
Harter 12/18/2010 12/18/2014 12/06/2008
Weiner 12/18/2010 12/18/2014 06/21/2005
   
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LINKS & INFORMATION:  Emergency Preparedness Training Information, Videos, Links, and Other Emergency Preparedness Websites
 RPV READY – Are you prepared?


After a major disaster, it is unlikely that emergency response services will be able to immediately respond to everyone's needs, so it's important to be prepared to take care of yourself and your family. Plan to be on your own for at least the first three days (10 days is optimal). This is a service of the Rancho Palos Verdes Emergency Preparedness Committee. For more information, click here
 RPV EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS GUIDE
HOW TO PREPARE
FOR & SURVIVE A
DISASTER IN
RANCHO PALOS VERDES

 DRAFT ALL HAZARDS MULTIJURISDICTIONAL
 MITIGATION PLAN REVIEW - 2013
CERT BASIC COURSE
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EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS RESOURCES
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ALERT - LA COUNTY - MASS EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION SYSTEM - VOLUNTARY REGISTRY: Register here to be notified during an emergency where the public is being asked to take specific actions, such as evacuations.
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GOVERNMENT RESOURCES FOR DISASTERS & EMERGENCIES - USA.GOV
IMPORTANT DISASTER PREPAREDNESS & RESPONSE INFORMATION - DIAL 211:
211 partners directly with the Los Angeles County Office of Emergency Services to be the primary provider of disaster preparedness and response information services to the community before, during, and after disasters. In times of local or national distress, 211 LA County responds by providing timely and accurate information for any member of the community to learn valuable and life-saving information
Earthquale Alliance
SEVEN STEPS TO EARTHQUAKE SAFETY - EARTHQUAKE COUNTRY ALLIANCE
Water Heater
YOUR WATER HEATER - AN EMERGENCY WATER SOURCE
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SNAP - SPECIFIC NEEDS AWARENESS PLANNING - VOLUNTARY REGISTRY: Register here to let first responders know if you have a disability and what kind of extra assistance you may need during an emergency.
Emergency Pack
THREE DAY EMERGENCY SUPPLY KITS FOR SALE
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AMERICAN RED CROSS CLASSES: Register for the latest American Red Cross classes here.
THE BEAUTY AND THE BEAST PRESENTATION
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PERSONAL WILDFIRE ACTION PLAN - READY SET GO
Beauty and the Beast
YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS: The Emergency Preparedness Committee presents two informative public service announcements:
BE PREPARED
AND BRUSH CLEARANCE

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FEMA - Putting Down Roots in Earthquake Country and Related Resources.      
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OCTOBER - WILDFIRES - The heat gets turned up in August but in SoCal, fires can be a threat year-round. Stay vigilant and protect your home. "Ready, Set, Go!"
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  EBOLA INFORMATION
Message from the Interim Health Officer for Los Angeles County
Ebola Fact Sheet
Ebola Infographic
          RPV EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS GUIDE