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Mary Ann Dewan, Ph.D.,
Santa Clara County Superintendent of SchoolsDavid Putney, Ed.D.,
Director Of Special ProjectsKyle Peerless, MPH,
California Department of Public Health
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Wildfires could happen at any time and often are emotionally, physically, and financially devastating. Prepare for wildfires with family and friends before they occur. For more safety tips, visit
Evacuation Order / Orden de Evacuación
Evacuation Warning / Aviso de Evacuación
There is an immediate threat to life. This is a lawful order to leave now. The area under evacuation order is now lawfully closed to public access.
There is a potential threat to life and/or property. Those who require additional time to evacuate, and those with pets and livestock should leave now.
Hay una amenaza imminente para la vida. Esta es una orden legal para salir ahora. La zona bajo orden de evacuación está ahora legalmente cerrada al público.
Existe una amenaza potencial para la vida y/o la propiedad. Las personas que necesiten más tiempo para evacuar y las que tengan animales domésticos o ganado deben salir ahora.
CalOES Funding Opportunities - Through the Listos California program, Cal OES funds peer-to-peer public education and outreach activities designed to ensure communities can better prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters.
CalOES Preparedness Ambassadors Program - curriculum is designed to engage fourth grade students to develop and promote disaster preparedness guidelines for their homes, school, and local community.