Increasing Overall Community Preparedness
The City of Eugene and the City of Springfield share an Emergency Operations Plan (EOP), a Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan (NHMP), and are working together to build a culture of preparedness in our community. Increasing our overall disaster resilience is the responsibility of every community member. By providing tools and resources to our community members, we are working toward one goal—overall disaster preparedness.
A New Yorker magazine article, The Really Big One Opens a New Window. , addresses the possibility of a magnitude 9.0 earthquake in the Pacific Northwest. The article sparked intense public interest in emergency preparedness.
Our web pages contain detailed Emergency Plans, as well as suggested emergency preparedness actions, lists of resources, and much more. We also host public forums to further explain earthquake preparedness, answer questions, and empower our community with knowledge and resources.
Sign Up for Mobile Alerts and Apps
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- National Weather Service Alerts Opens a New Window. (NOAA)
- TripCheck Travel Conditions Opens a New Window.
- Flash Alert Newswire Opens a New Window.
- Earthquake Mobile App Opens a New Window. (American Red Cross)
Receive alerts and notifications when an earthquake occurs, prepare your family and home, find help and let others know you are safe even if the power is out—a must have for anyone who lives in an earthquake-prone area or has loved ones who do.
- City of Eugene Storm Response Information
- Lane Preparedness Coalition Opens a New Window.
- Eugene/Springfield Community Emergency Response Team Opens a New Window. (CERT)
- FEMA’s Earthquake Safety Guide for Homeowners Opens a New Window.
- Oregon Office of Emergency Management Opens a New Window.
- Unprepared - Will we be ready for the megaquake? Opens a New Window. (Oregon Public Broadcasting)