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Welcome to the TsunamiZone!

Graphic with instructions to Drop, Cover, and Hold on during earthquakes, then Get to High Ground when a tsunami is imminent, and then to Stay There as tsunami waves may arrive for hours

This March 23-29*, thousands of Californians will learn and practice how to survive a tsunami.

Join them today by registering what you will do in your home, organization, or community. Participating is a great way for your family or organization to "know your zone" if you live or work near the ocean (or may visit), and to learn what to do to be safe.

This year's Tsunami Preparedness Week commemorates the 50th anniversary of the March 27, 1964 Great Alaska Earthquake and Tsunamis

* You can register tsunami activities held any time in March or April, 2014.

Tsunami Week EVENTS

ParticipatE and SHARE

How to Participate
Information for individuals, schools and many types of organizations

Tsunami Week Resources
Manuals, posters, & much more

Who is Participating?
Lists by county, area, & category

Share Your Activities
Your photos, videos, and stories of tsunami preparedness week

CHECK THE STATS


participants
and counting!



Click the map for details about each area
Map Click to see the number of North Coast participants Click to see the number of Shasta Cascade participants Click to see the number of Bay Area participants Click to see the number of participants from Central Valley Delta Click to see the number of High Sierra participants Click to see the number of Inyo-Mono participants Click to see the number of participants from Central Valley South Click to see the number of Central Coast participants Click to see the number of participants from Southern California West Click to see the number of participants from Southern California East Click to see the number of participants from San Diego County Click to see the number of participants from Other Areas Mouseover Mouseover Mouseover Mouseover

TSUNAMI TALK




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TsunamiZone.org Step 1: Secure it now! Step 2: Make a plan Step 3: Make disaster kits Step 4: Is your place safe? Step 5: Drop, Cover, and Hold On Step 6: Check it out! Step 7: Communicate and recover!