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Emergency Preparedness

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Emergency Resource Links 
 VC Alert
 Earthquake Prep
 Emergency  Supplies
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Storms & Flooding 
Food Supply  
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Hazard Mitigation Plan  
Health & First Aid 
PSPS (SCE Power Outages) Events  & Cooling Centers  
Water Utility Providers 
Hill and Woolsey Fire Recovery

The City of Thousand Oaks and County of Ventura have established a resources page to help with the recovery and rebuilding process. The VC Recovery Page is intended to assist homeowners with the recovery and rebuilding process.  Please access this page for the most current information and available resources. Another good tool to use is the HOMEOWNERS GUIDE FOR FLOOD, DEBRIS, AND EROSION CONTROL

VC Alert and Power Outages

It only takes a few moments and is a valuable tool for notifying you about local emergencies. You can now text "VCALERT" to 313131 on your cell phone and within seconds receive a text message with a link to complete the registration process. To learn more visit VC Alert or download the app for your phone.

Are you in an SCE High Fire Risk Zone that may result in a planned power outage as part of its Power Shutoff Program.? The most current information on planned and unplanned power outages is posted on the SCE website.

Identify Potential Hazards

The City of Thousand Oaks and County of Ventura completed a Hazard Mitigation Plan that includes hazard mitigation maps for flood zones, dam inundation areas and earthquake faults. The City's  Emergency Operations Plan is also available for public review.

Tune in During Emergencies

For information on local emergencies, please visit Another resource is the National Weather Service for weather forecast.

Key Emergency Service Providers

Ready Ventura County: The Ventura County Ready Response Campaign is working in an effort to get families prepared for emergencies. The following attachments are helpful tools to establish a plan for your family.

State Emergency Management Agency: Use this California Emergency Management Agency website to discover the hazards that exist in your area and learn how to reduce YOUR risk! Remember, the best way to recover from disasters is by reducing the risks before a disaster strikes.

California Great Shakeout: Click on the following link to see how you can sign up to participate in the annual Great California Shakeout

Thousand Oaks CERT: The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) is a program of volunteers in your local area that focus on preparedness. Following a major disaster, first responders who provide fire and medical services will not be able to meet the demand for services typically rendered. The purpose of CERT is to meet immediate life saving, and life sustaining needs.

Thousand Oaks DART: The Disaster Assistance Response Team: (DART) is a group of trained citizen volunteers prepared to assist local government and public safety agencies. DART is called upon by Police, Sheriff, and Fire Departments to assist in emergency and non-emergency situations. Classes are conducted at the Thousand Oaks Police Department. To join DART, please review the class schedule and sign up.

Emergency Radio Communications: During an emergency incident, communications such as landline or cellular phones may not be available. The use of radio communication is essential. Auxiliary Communications Service (ACS) is a unit of trained volunteers who supply communications assistance to the Conejo Valley and Ventura County, particularly in time of disaster. Their goal is to support the gathering and distribution of information necessary to respond to and recover from a disaster. Volunteers are primarily licensed Amateur Radio Operators. For more information, please visit the Ventura County Sheriff's Department.


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