Do you have Best Practices and/or Lessons Learned for emergency planning that you would like to share? If so, please take a moment to submit them here: CommunityPlanning@CalOES.ca.gov.
What is WCPG?WCPG is a system which provides guidance and best practices for emergency planning throughout the State of California.Who is WCPG for?WCPG is intended for use by Operational Area (OA) emergency planners, however it can be used by emergency planners at all levels (i.e., cities, special districts, non-profit organizations, tribal nations, the private sector, etc.)When was WCPG created?WCPG is still in development. As additional products are created or updated, they will be posted on this page.Why was WCPG created?Local level emergency management representatives identified a gap in standardized emergency planning, as well as a need to share best practices, lessons learned, and overall guidance for emergency planning. WCPG was created to address these gaps and to address the requirements set forth by AB 2968 – Rodriguez.How is WCPG created?WCPG is still being developed. The process is led by the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) Community Planning Unit (CPU) in conjunction with representatives from all stakeholder areas, including cities, OAs, special districts, regions, state agencies, and tribal staff & emergency planners.
The following links to County plans are provided as a resource to Operational Areas when developing/updating their emergency operations plans.
San Francisco City/County Emergency Response Plan
Santa Clara County Emergency Operations Plan
Solano County Emergency Operations Plan
Sacramento County Emergency Operations Plan
San Joaquin County Emergency Operations Plan
Trinity County Emergency Operations Plan
San Bernardino County Emergency Operations Plan
San Diego County Emergency Operations Plan
Inyo County Emergency Operations Plan