Don’t Panic, PREPARE
Join the City in creating a culture of preparedness by proactively taking steps to prepare your home, neighborhood, work place and community for an emergency!
Emergency Operations Plan
The City of Carpinteria’s Emergency Operations Plan addresses the City’s planned response to extraordinary emergency situations associated with natural disasters, technological incidents, and national security emergencies.
Gas Pipeline Information
Get information on high pressure gas transmission pipelines, pipeline regulatory agencies and more.
While Santa Barbara County is at lower risk for tsunamis because of our landscape and the type of earthquake faults found locally, there is still a risk. To learn more about tsunami related risks and to see the City’s tsunami inundation map, click on Tsunami Awareness above.
Hazard Mitigation Plan
About the Hazard Mitigation Plan
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) requires local governments to provide and maintain a hazard mitigation plan. Public Law 106-390, Section 322, commonly known as the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 (DMA 2000), and the associated Interim Final Rule, 44 CFR Parts 201 and 206, published in the Federal Register on February 26, 2002 establishes planning and funding criteria for states and local communities.
The 2017 City of Carpinteria Hazard Mitigation Plan is a comprehensive document that evaluates natural, technological, and human caused disaster impacts on the public and local government. It also identifies resources and capabilities and proposes mitigation actions or projects to reduce future impacts. The Hazard Mitigation Plan identifies potential hazards that could impact the City and assists emergency management staff with response planning, exercise development, public education, awareness programs, and other emergency management functions.
Contact Olivia Uribe Mutal at (805)755-4401 or OliviaU@ci.carpinteria.ca.us for further information.
Through CERT, citizens are trained and prepared to perform crucial emergency functions during the period immediately following a disaster. Learn how to safely serve your family, neighborhood and community as a disaster services worker today!