Ready 95014 iPhone/iPad App
City of Cupertino's launched "Ready 95014" the new iPhone and iPad app that puts safety information into the hands of Cupertino residents. Steps to prepare and respond to emergencies are outlined in an easy to understand format and include earthquake, flood, fire and pandemic. The app also shares information about the best methods to give and receive information during a disaster. These include Cupertino's own AM radio station, that streams live from the app, and a map of the City's Area Resource Centers, satellite locations opened after disasters to provide public assistance.
Download the app from the App Store:
The City of Cupertino's Emergency Preparedness Program provides services to the City organization and to the community to prepare an effective response to natural, technological, and human-caused disasters. The program is a cooperative effort between the City of Cupertino, the Santa Clara County Fire Department and local volunteers (CERT, MRC and CARES want to volunteer click here www.cupertino.org/volunteerportal).
The City of Cupertino and the Santa Clara County Fire Department offer preparedness classes to Cupertino residents. (click on "safety training" in the navigation bar)
Emergency Manager: Miguel Grey, Santa Clara County Fire, 408-341-4486 email@example.com
Emergency Volunteer Coordinator: Ken Ericksen, 408-777-3176, firstname.lastname@example.org
West Valley Community Services provides local assistance for people in need. WVCS is part of the City's Emergency Plan and has volunteered to be the manager of disaster related donations. During disasters, the City will post requests for specific donations on the City and WVCS websites.
How Can I Get Involved?
Follow the tabs to the left for more information on public education seminars, preparedness brochures, valuable links and how to volunteer to encourage basic life-safety skills.
View complete list of classes
Link takes you to Parks & Recreation Site, search for Emergency Preparedness
Emergency Info Update