An ABAG and BCDC report on vulnerability of housing and communities to earthquakes and flooding and strategies to address them
ABAG and BCDC are supporting jurisdictions to update and develop local hazard mitigation and climate adaptation plans
ABAG is providing assistance to develop policy implementation tools and guidance.
An ABAG report on earthquake threats to interdependent transportation and utility systems.
ABAG and the City of Oakland are taking steps to evaluate and retrofit soft-story multi-unit buildings vulnerable to collapse in earthquakes.
M6.4 Taiwan Earthquake - The February 6th quake appears to have damaged buildings and infrastructure. The Bay Area has many strong ties to Taiwan and we offer our collective sympathy to the impacted communities. Damaging earthquakes reaffirm the Bay Area’s commitment to ensuring safe housing, and resilient infrastructure across the region. Get more information about how to get prepared in our Earthquake Portal. Posted on 02.05.16
New Bay Area Policy Database – ABAG is developing a regional policy database to serve as a clearinghouse for innovative local policy, including resilience policies. The database will grow as we collect more policies. You can search by jurisdiction or policy type. Check out the database today! If you have any policies you’d like to include, email us. Posted on 12.30.15
Floodwall for Bay Area Wastewater Treatment Plant - In October 2015 the Vallejo Sanitation and Flood Control District received notification of FEMA support for the districts new flood wall. The District applied for the funding as part of the Hazard Mitigation Grant program resulting from the 2014 South Napa earthquake. read more here Posted on 12.04.15
Are you storm ready? Last week’s storm reminded the Bay Area that storm season is approaching, and forecasters are predicting a strong El Nino effect, which can lead to flooding, landslides, mud flows, and power outages. Learn more about how to become storm ready here and learn more about hazard mitigation here. Posted on 11.06.15
The Resilience 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. Learn more.