What You Can Do Before the Next Tsunami

Be Prepared

  • Know the best evacuation route — practice walking your route at night and in stormy weather.
  • Keep a “grab and go” kit by the door with what you need to survive for a day.
  • Create emergency plans and discuss with family, coworkers and neighbors.
  • Consider how to evacuate pets — such as dogs on leashes and cats in crates.
  • Prearrange assistance from neighbors if you need help evacuating.
  • Time is of the essence! The largest tsunami will come from an earthquake you will feel. Evacuate as soon as you can safely move.

Get Involved

To sign up for County alerts and learn about other methods visit: weather.gov/eureka/alerts

Questions or want more information?

ServiceContact
National Weather Service in Eureka(707) 443-6484
Humboldt Co. Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Services (OES)(707) 268-2500
Del Norte County OES(707) 464-7255
Mendocino County Sheriff’s OES(707) 467-6497
National Weather Service: Tsunami Warnings and Informationweather.gov/tsunami
Cal OES My Hazardsmyhazards.caloes.ca.gov
Tsunami preparedness activitiestsunamizone.org
Great California ShakeOutshakeout.org
U.S. Geological Surveyearthquake.usgs.gov/learn/preparedness.php
California Geological Surveyconservation.ca.gov/cgs/geohazard