The Great ShakeOut

The Great ShakeOut is Coming in October! Bookmark this page and check back for earthquake tips, tricks, deals and info... in the interim, read, share, and enjoy these earthquake preparedness articles:

Dwayne Johnson: Drop Cover and Hold on in an Earthquake!

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson surprises fans at the at an early screening of San Andreas right before getting his hand and feet cemented in front of the historic TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood, CA. Are you Ready? What was that?... Read More

What was that? What that an EARTHQUAKE?

Shake, Boom, Slam, Rumble, Roll, Thud. Was that an Earthquake? Earthquakes are not just a California Phenomenon. they occur in Ohio, Illinois, Hawaii, Oregon, Texas… everywhere. We are deep in Earthquake Country, in North Coastal San Diego County, so we are... Read More

Earthquake Safety Tips

Following this morning’s Major Shake in California…. some reminders about Earthquake Safety & Preparedness: One of the most frightening and destructive phenomena of nature is a severe earthquake and its terrible aftereffects. An earthquake is the sudden, rapid shaking of... Read More

Earthquakes + What Causes a Tsunami?

Are you Ready for an Earthquake? Do you Know What Causes a Tsunami? Generations of Californians have been “putting down roots” along one of the world’s most famous faults — the San Andreas. However, few Californians have experienced a major San Andreas earthquake... Read More...

Read more about earthquakes and other emergency preparedness articles

What should you do? Check your Emergency Plan and Evacuation Routes everywhere you normally spend time. Make sure you have an out of State contact for you, your friends and your family (long distance phone service is usually restored before local - and mobile services and internet will likely not work in a major disaster.) Of course, too, you should Check your Emergency Supplies: Count your stock. Is it enough?... Read More...

About ShakeOut All Regions

Why is it important to do a Drop, Cover, Hold On drill? To react quickly during an earthquake, you must practice often. You may only have seconds to protect yourself, before strong shaking knocks you down--or drops something on you - Learn about the Shakeout in your area:

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