Who is Cal OES?
As part of Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr.’s Reorganization Plan to realign public safety programs and strengthen the emergency management system in the state, the California Emergency Management Agency has changed its name to the California Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) on July 1, 2013.
What is this Website For?
The team in the Crisis Communications and Public Affairs is always creating new, exciting and informative content that tells the story of what Cal OES is doing and what events we’re working. We set up this site to give you easy access to all of our original reporting and multimedia. To be specific, this is designed to be a feed of non-emergency public news & information. If you have an emergency to report, please call 9-1-1 immediately.
What Do We Post?
- Original stories and unique, behind-the-scenes insights
- Compelling photographs shot by our experienced photography team
- Informative illustrations and maps of critical incidents and special events
- Rich multimedia video productions and timely video clips
- Agency news releases & announcements
Can I Repost This Stuff?
Absolutely! Yes. This content is intended to be used and shared for improved understanding and greater public good. That’s our goal and we hope you’ll help!
All the material we provide is licensed under:
This work by Cal OES is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 United States License.
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