Emergency Preparedness


The Emergency Management Program is responsible for the comprehensive implementation of the four phases of emergency management: mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery. The program is dedicated to preparing the employees and citizens of Rancho Cucamonga for the impacts of emergencies and disasters, both natural and man-made. Please contact the program at (909) 477-2700 for more information.

Emergency Plans and Protocols

The following plans and protocols outline the City's all-hazard procedures before, during and after an emergency.

Emergency Supplies and Information

The City recommends a minimum supply of food, water and specialized family needs (medicine, baby items, etc.) for each family member for seven days, with an ideal of one month.  Please visit the the following websites for more information to enhance your emergency planning:

Emergency Kits and Family Emergency Plans

CPR/First Aid Resources

Earthquake Preparedness

Regional/State Agencies for Emergency Management

Pandemic Influenza Planning