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WEBINAR – March 13th, 2 PM

If you were unable to attend the briefing  live due to high demand, the recording is available in English and Spanish on YouTube. The full presentation deck can be found here.

Especially while California grapples with extreme weather conditions, it is crucial to equip our communities for the potential effects of the upcoming storms. As trusted community messengers, we have a chance to assist our communities in staying well-informed throughout the disaster’s entire lifecycle, including preparing for it ahead of time, responding to it in real time, and recovering from it.

Additional resources are available now for you to use with your community: 

Follow @CalOES and @ListosCalifornia on social media to share or amplify any additional content, such as weather updates from the National Weather Service, highlight key response efforts, and amplify other preparedness tips. 

California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services:

Twitter: @Cal_OES

Instagram: @cal_oes

Facebook: facebook.com/CaliforniaOES

Website: Caloes.ca.gov 

Listos California:

Twitter: @ListosCA

Instagram: @listoscalifornia  

Facebook: facebook.com/ListosCalifornia

Website: ListosCalifornia.org


As the next round of Spring storms approaches our state tomorrow, Cal OES along with the Health and Human Services Agency and Department of Social Services will be hosting a briefing for community-based organizations tomorrow Monday, March 13 at 2 p.m. to provide the latest information on the storm and tools we have available for partners.

In order to maximize reach of this event, we are hoping any of you who work closely with local community partners can forward this information to those who may benefit.

Briefing Registration Details:

Date: Monday, March 13, 2023

Time: 2 p.m. to 3 p.m., Pacific Time

Registration Link: Webinar Registration – Zoom
Spanish and American Sign Language interpretation will be available during the briefing.

Thank you in advance for your assistance and please feel free to reach out if you have questions. Together, we can help our communities be better prepared for this challenging event.


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