A public policy symposium to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Loma Prieta earthquake and support future resilience action.
Learn what residents and local governments can do in response to the South Napa earthquake and prepare for earthquakes.
Establish an inventory of tools and best practices that can be implemented by local governments to build local resilience.
Help meet smart growth, resilience and equity goals by developing strategies to strengthen existing housing and plan smartly for future housing.
Understanding the role Bay Area airports can play in long-term social, economic, and physical recovery from a disaster
Preparedness, early warning system top agenda at quake symposium | ABC 7 News, October 16, 2014 Posted on 10.17.14
25 Years After the Loma Prieta Earthquake, Are We Safer? | KQED Science, October 13, 2014 Posted on 10.15.14
Powerful earthquake faults threaten Napa on 2 sides | Napa Valley Register, October 13, 2014 Posted on 10.14.14
25 years after Loma Prieta: Bay Area infrastructure is safer, but we’re still on shaky ground | San Jose Mercury News, October 12, 2014 Posted on 10.14.14
S.F. buildings getting slapped with quake-safety warnings | SF Chronicle, October 8, 2014 Posted on 10.08.14
Oakland: Apartment safety in an earthquake | KTVU News, September 23, 2014 Posted on 09.24.14
The Earthquake and Hazards Program of the Association of Bay Area Governments seeks to promote a more sustainable, resilient, and prosperous region where our communities are prepared to withstand and quickly recover from the effects of earthquakes and natural hazards of regional importance. Learn more.