Culver City continues to be one of the safest places to live and work in Los Angeles County thanks to the efforts of the men and women of the Culver City Police Department and the support of the Community. more...
The Culver City Fire Department, founded in 1922, is one of only 9 fire departments in the United States to be certified Class 1 and Accredited. The 62 member department takes pride in providing its residents, businesses and the community with Paramedic Advance Life Support services, fire suppression, fire prevention and education programs. more...
Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
The CERT Program is designed to train residents to assist safety personnel and City staff in the event of a major disaster. Volunteers from the community are trained in first aid, light search and rescue, minor fire suppression, and other skills that are critical in the first few hours of a disaster. more...
The Connect-CTY service allows civic leaders to create and rapidly disseminate time-sensitive messages to every telephone number stored in the notification database. This service will be used to supplement our current communication plans and augment public safety/first responder services. more...
CCARES was formed by a group of ham radio operators who wanted to give back something to their community. Through amateur radio we serve as extra eyes and ears for the Culver City Fire Department. This has been made possible by the tremendous support from both the Fire Department and the City Government. Our Emergency Operations Center (EOC) has been built in Fire Station 1. more...
Culver City Emergency Plan - Preparedness Planning
The City of Culver City and surrounding cities and the County of Los Angeles are working closely to plan for any emergency. The Culver City staff is ready to activate the Emergency Operation Center (EOC) at any time.
The Culver City Emergency Services and Disaster Preparedness plan addresses responses to emergencies associated with both natural disasters and terrorist actions. more...
Annual Community-Wide Disaster Drill Day
If a large scale disaster were to strike Culver City would you know what to do? If you were to told to evacuate, would you know where to go? What if you had to shelter-in-place, do you have enough food and water for your family? Creating a Family Disaster Plan and practicing it can help family members make informed, rational decisions in times of high stress. more...
FEMA for KIDS
The Facts about Radiation from Japan
The Facts about Food and Water Safety (Re: Radiation from Japan)
LA County Emergency Survival Guide
Red Cross - Earthquake Safety
Red Cross - Emergency Contact Card
Red Cross - Family Disaster Plan
Red Cross - FamillyDisaster Supplies Kit
Red Cross - Food & Water
Red Cross - One Page Preparation Check List
Red Cross - Sheltering In Place
Red Cross - Workplace Supplies
Red Cross - Thunderstorms
Security Bars Brochure
Emergency Kit Supplier List
Family Disaster Plan (FEMA)
Disaster Preparation (Dept. of Homeland Security)
All Hazard Preparedness, FEMA
Earthquake Preparedness Information, Office of Emergency Services, California
What to do if the power goes out
California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services - Information related to emergency situations, terrorism, power crisis, earthquakes, hazardeous materials, and more...