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You can look up your evacuation zone at either:
To Find your Zone on the Map:
- Enter your address in the “Find Address or Place” field in the upper left corner of the screen.
- The map will zoom to your address and show your address.
- Click on your parcel/house to view evacuation zone.
On Thursday, April 6, the City of Healdsburg announced the launch of the 2023 Local Hazard Mitigation Plan (LHMP) update process.
A Local Hazard Mitigation Plan:
- Identifies risks and vulnerabilities that area-specific local natural disasters pose
- Serves as a long-term strategy for reducing identified risks and associated impacts to people and property
- Provides a framework for future requests for Federal assistance
The City of Healdsburg is vulnerable to a wide range of natural disasters, including droughts, wildfires, flooding, landslides, and earthquakes. The 2023 LHMP update process will work to reassess these and other risks outlined in the 2018 Local Hazard Mitigation Plan and provide the City with the necessary tools to prioritize future actions for reducing those risks.
The Federal Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 requires an LHMP to be updated every five years in order for an agency to continue to receive certain forms of Federal disaster assistance. Healdsburg's first version of an LHMP was developed in 2005 as part of a larger regional plan and was updated in 2011. In 2018, the LHMP update process resulted in a stand-alone Plan, which the 2023 Plan will replace.
The 2023 LHMP Public Review Draft can be found here.
For additional information, or to provide your feedback on the 2023 LHMP Public Review Draft, please contact Kelsey Carreiro, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or (707) 431-3372.
The City of Healdsburg has developed a new Emergency Preparedness Guide available in both English and Spanish. The guide has educational information about alert and warning,
Click here to view a printable version of the Emergency prepared Guide in English.
Click here to view a printable version of the Emergency prepared Guide in Spanish.
The City of Healdsburg’s emergency management program is managed by the Emergency Manager, Kelsey Carreiro, with support from the Police Department and Fire Department. Together, they are committed to preparing the City and the community to effectively respond to and recover from emergencies – minimizing the loss of lives, damage to property and the environment; and enabling the restoration of continuity of services.