We post basic information to help residents and visitors prepare for disasters. We urge readers to check other resources listed on this website—including readymarin.org—and others you trust for additional information.
A FEMA-supported website with information on how to prepare yourself, household, pets, etc., and a list of other websites with information, including FEMA’s ready.gov (multi-language). Information includes: CERT training; English & Spanish checklists; Get Ready/Prepárese manuals.
FIRESafe Marin’s information on the difference between Evacuation Order, Evacuation Warning, Shelter in Place, about registering for ALERT MARIN, and the evacuation process including “what-to-do” if…
Getting Ready for Winter, LA Times Tips [pdf]
Winter Readiness, More Ideas & Tips [pdf]
Getting Ready for Winter-Flooding [pdf]
Check this for FIRESafe’s news updates & sign up for the Newsletter. Preparing Long Before a Fire Threat; Evacuation Process; If You Become Trapped (car, on foot, in your home); Returning Home; more.
Su Guía de Accíon en Caso de Incendio Forestal
Wildfire is Coming. Are You Ready? Hardening your Home; Fire-safe Landscaping; Simple Charts on Equipment Use & Operating; Vehicles; Bark Beetle Disease; Dead Trees.
Preparedness for Farmers and Ranchers
Staying Safe When the Earth Quakes [pdf]
Earthquake Country Alliance
Statewide Public-Private-Grassroots Partnership to Improve Readiness, Mitigation, Resiliency.
Great ShakeOut/El Gran ShakeOut (English & en Español)
Preparedness for People with Disabilities and Other Access or Functional Needs
Marin Humane Society: Disaster Prep, Pets [pdf]
Marin Humane Society: Disaster Prep, Large & Farm Animals [pdf]
Point Reyes Light Column, Protecting Pets [pdf]
For emergency information [pdf]
Are You Prepared Survey [pdf]
Lista de Planificación de Emergencia [pdf]
What to take in an emergency, Marin IJ column, post-2017 North Bay fires [pdf]