Emergency Preparedness

Measures related to policy opportunities to address seismic and flood risk

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Emergency Preparedness

DESCRIPTION:
Non-structural emergency preparedness measures include forecast warning systems and evacuation plans that are implemented by the city before a forecasted flood event to ensure community communication and preparedness as early as possible.





LIKELY IMPLEMENTING AUTHORITY :
City of San Francisco, SFFD, MTC, Caltrans, Cal OES, CHP, WETA, US Coast Guard, Transit Operators

IMPACT ON THE WATERFRONT:

No physical impact




SYSTEM COST:

To be determined





Types of Emergency Preparedness:
Click the images and links below to explore types of Emergency Preparedness measures.


Forecast Warning Systems



Head back to the Measures Explorer to check out other flood and seismic measures.



Measures related to policy opportunities to address seismic and flood risk

Looking for more? Head back to the Measures Explorer to check out other flood and seismic measures.


Emergency Preparedness

DESCRIPTION:
Non-structural emergency preparedness measures include forecast warning systems and evacuation plans that are implemented by the city before a forecasted flood event to ensure community communication and preparedness as early as possible.





LIKELY IMPLEMENTING AUTHORITY :
City of San Francisco, SFFD, MTC, Caltrans, Cal OES, CHP, WETA, US Coast Guard, Transit Operators

IMPACT ON THE WATERFRONT:

No physical impact




SYSTEM COST:

To be determined





Types of Emergency Preparedness:
Click the images and links below to explore types of Emergency Preparedness measures.


Forecast Warning Systems



Head back to the Measures Explorer to check out other flood and seismic measures.



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