Muir Beach Volunteer Fire Department
Muir Beach Volunteer Fire Department

 

MBVFD is 100% volunteer. That means ALL donations
go DIRECTLY towards keeping our volunteer firefighers well trained and equipped. Thanks for your support.

 

9-1-1 calls from cell phones within the Muir Beach area are connected to a dispatch operator in the Central Valley who has no idea where Muir Beach is!

The number to call when using your cell phone for an incident in the Muir Beach area is 415-472-0911.

 

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When Disaster Strikes

EmergencyGeneral
Earthquake
Tsunami
Fire
Flood
Sudden Oak Death
Storms
Terrorism
West Nile Virus / Avian Flu
Schools

 


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General

Telephone Emergency Notification System (TENS)
If you live, work or go to school in Marin County and are 18 and over, you may now register your cell phone or VoIP (voice over internet protocol) phone to receive emergency alerts sent by call, text, or email from the County of Marin. Muir Beach residents are encouraged to sign up.
www.alertmarin.org/

Marin County Office of Emergency Services
www.co.marin.ca.us/disaster

Governor's Office of Emergency Services
www.caloes.ca.gov/

Federal Emergency Management Agency
www.fema.gov

Are You Ready? Be Informed
www.ready.gov/be-informed

Ready Business, Ready America, Ready Kids
www.ready.gov

American Red Cross
www.redcross.org

San Francisco OES "Are You Prepared?"
www.72hours.org

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Earthquake

U.S. Geological Survey
www.earthquake.usgs.gov

Association of Bay Area Governments - Earthquakes
http://resilience.abag.ca.gov/earthquakes/

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Tsunami

New California Geological Survey & California Emergency Management Agency Marin Tsunami Inundation Maps

Watch "MARIN TSUNAMI," a video that tells the story of what several West Marin communities are doing to be prepared for a tsunami emergency.

Tsunami Warning Center
http://wcatwc.arh.noaa.gov

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Fire

FIRESafe Marin
www.firesafemarin.org

CA Dept. of Forestry and Fire Protection
www.fire.ca.gov

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Flood

Floodsmart.gov
www.floodsmart.gov

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Sudden Oak Death

California Oak Mortality Task Force
www.cnr.berkeley.edu/comtf/

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Storms

NOAA's National Weather Service
www.weather.gov/

Pacific Gas & Electric
www.pge.com

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Terrorism

Department of Homeland Security
www.dhs.gov

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West Nile Virus/Avian Flu

Everything you need to know about avian influenza and how to prepare for a possible pandemic flu

Centers for Disease Control
www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvbid/westnile/

Centers for Disease Control 
www.pandemicflu.gov/

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Schools

Marin County Office of Education Emergency Preparedness
www.marinschools.org/SafeSchools/Pages/Emergency-Services.aspx

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