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 Grand Terrace for the impacts of emergencies and disasters, both natural and man-made.
County of San Bernardino Office of Emergency Services
The Office of Emergency Services (County OES) is a Division of the San Bernardino County Fire Department. County OES is responsible for disaster planning and emergency management coordination throughout the San Bernardino County Operational Area (OA) by functioning as the Lead Agency for the OA, County OES serves a County population of over 2 million and over 20,100 square miles.
Community Emergency Response Teams
The Community Emergency Response Team are the neighborhoods first response in a major disaster.
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Helpful hints to get your family prepared!
Earthquake Survival Guides:
Duck Cover and Hold
First Aid Training and Supplies
Learn First Aid
Learn Not to Burn
Windstorms and Tornadoes
Resources from the Federal Emergency Management Agency:
Emergency Preparedness - What Every Child Needs to Know
Preparing Your Pet for Emergencies
Emergency Preparedness for Older Individuals
Emergency Preparedness for People with Disabilities
Information to Get Ready
Protecting Your Property
Other Emergency Management Agencies
Federal Emergency Management Agency
United States Geological Survey
California Emergency Management Agency
Southern California Earthquake Center
Great California Shake Out
San Bernardino County Office of Emergency Services
Public Works Director/City Engineer
22795 Barton Rd.
Grand Terrace, CA 92313
Ph: (909) 824-6621