In 2013 the Yolo County Office of Emergency Services began revision of many emergency management plans and systems to enhance the preparedness and response capability of the County. This project encompasses partners throughout the entire County over a multi-year strategy. The final product will be a set of emergency plans which outline responsibilities and provide guidance to local responders. The FEMA recommended structure we are following for the creation of our plans can be viewed by clicking on this link. Please check back as we progress to read the plans which are created.
Publications Open for Public Comment
Periodically the Yolo County Office of Emergency Services has newly drafted publications that the County would like to seek input on under the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) Whole Community Planning Strategy. To comment on a publication listed in this section, simply fill in the Comment Form and return to the Office of Emergency Services by the closing date. You can E-mail public comment forms to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us for additional delivery methods at (530) 406-4930.
Currently the Alert & Warning Support Annex for the Yolo Operational Area is open for public comment until 07/01/2016.
Emergency Operations Plan
The Yolo County Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) is the primary document that discusses how disasters will be managed by the County. Below you will find the 2013 revision of the Basic Plan. The Yolo County Emergency Operations Plan is intended to be read and understood before an emergency occurs. The plan is designed to outline the activities Yolo County within a statewide emergency management system.
Emergency Support Function Annexes
Below are links to ESF Annexes which have been completed and adopted by the County.
Below are links to Support Annexes which have been completed and adopted by the County.
Below are links to Annexes which have been completed and outline specific actions to County Identified Hazards.
Yolo Operational Area Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan
Every five years, the local Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan is updated and submitted to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The plan addresses threats from potential hazards and identifies possible strategies to reduce impacts. In 2013, the Mitigation Plan was approved by FEMA.