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Earthquake, Tsunami & Volcano Programs
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The California Governor's Office of Emergency Services has received more than $40 million in General Funds. Most recently, Governor Newsom's 2019-20 budget, which was passed by the Legislature and signed into law included $16.3 million to complete the infrastructure buildout and fund the remaining activities identified in the initial CEEW System Business Plan.

 Additional activities currently underway include:

  • The purchase, installation, and integration of GPS stations into the CEEW System in order to provide a more accurate alert on earthquakes above a magnitude 7.
  • Enable earthquake stations to connect to the State Microwave System, ensuring mission critical data generated by the stations will be working during damaging earthquakes and subsequent aftershock sequences.
  • Continue to engage and partner with the private sector, business sector and education sector to establish CEEW links and related procedures.
  • Continue to develop and administer a statewide education and outreach campaign to ensure that residents and businesses will integrate the CEEW and take the correct protective actions when they receive the alert.

 

 

California Earthquake Early Warning Program Annual Business Plan Updatehttps://www.caloes.ca.gov/EarthquakeTsunamiVolcanoProgramsSite/Documents/CEEWS Business Plan Update Final.pdfCalifornia Earthquake Early Warning Program Annual Business Plan Update2019 Business Plan UpdateEarthquake Early Warning Financial Information4/9/2019 6:16:05 PM
California Earthquake Early Warning Business Planhttps://www.caloes.ca.gov/EarthquakeTsunamiVolcanoProgramsSite/Documents/CEEWP Business Plan Final.pdfCalifornia Earthquake Early Warning Business PlanImplementing Earthquake Early Warning in CaliforniaEarthquake Early Warning Financial Information6/17/2019 4:07:23 PM

 

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