Emergency Services

Overview

The Office of Emergency Services (OES) is responsible for:

-         Disaster Management

-         Emergency Preparedness

OES coordinates information, plans for resources, and supports priorities among County agencies, local governments, and special districts.  OES serves as a link between the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), California Emergency Management Agency (CalEMA) and the County’s cities, towns, villages and special districts.


Helpful resources for residents:

Family preparedness resource guide in English or Spanish: 

www.Ready.gov

FEMA

CalEMA

Community Warning System

American Red Cross

American Red Cross Safe and Well

211 Contra Costa Crisis Center

Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)



Plans

Residents and agencies may want to reference the following plans for emergency preparedness:

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Mutual Aid

California’s Law Enforcement Mutual Aid Program is intended to augment local resources that have become overwhelmed as a result of unplanned circumstances requiring an emergency response.

The Operational Area Mutual Aid Coordinator is the liaison to the County, Regional, State and Federal agencies for law enforcement related resource requests, to include human caused and natural disasters, civil disturbances and other significant events requiring large numbers of law enforcement personnel and equipment, including the county's Mutual Aid Mobile Field Force (MAMFF).