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The Santa Rosa Police Department advises the use CivicReady alerts for emergencies.

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Disasters Happen: Be Prepared

Sign up to receive life-saving alerts about emergencies in your area.

Make a plan

Make a plan – Include medical information and evacuation logistics

Build a Kit – Pack critical necessities for yourself, family members and pets

Neighborhood programs

Neighborhood Programs – all neighborhood based, run by neighbors, for neighbors.

Preparedness videos

Preparedness videos that educate and empower everyone to prepare for and respond to all kinds of emergencies.

Educational events and exercises

Events & Exercises – Evacuation drills and community educational events.

Local Hazards

How different types of emergencies may impact you and what you can do to prepare for earthquakes, wildfires, landslides, and more.

Access and Functional Needs

Additional resources for community members with access and functional needs.

Evacuation Checklist

  • Santa Rosa Fire Department has created this Emergency Evacuation Checklist. You can print it out to put on your refrigerator or wherever you keep things handy. Remember, being prepared helps you stay safe!

Sonoma Ready, Sonoma Strong, Be Ready Together – Learn more now


Understand disaster risks in your region and develop a plan to stay safe, have an emergency kit, and how to stay informed as events unfold.

The County has published additional recommendations for those who have access and functional needs.

A very special thank you to Nancy Brown, PhD, Community Preparedness Program Manager from the County of Sonoma Dept. of Emergency Management for giving CST permission to post their excellent compilation of information on our website. To visit the original version of this webpage, click here.

More Information from the City of Santa Rosa

General emergency/evacuation preparedness information


Fire season readiness 

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