The Yolo County Office of Emergency Services (OES) is the emergency management agency for Yolo County.  OES coordinates the county government's response to disaster or other large scale emergencies. This website provides resources and instructions as to how you can protect yourself and your family before, during and after an emergency. 

Each year OES is involved in multiple projects to enhance the preparedness, response, recovery & mitigation efforts throughout the County.  Check out one of our Annual Reports to see what we've been up to:

2012-2013 OES Annual Report

2013-2014 OES Annual Report

2014-2015 OES Annual Report

2015-2016 OES Annual Report

Daylight savings is more than just a time to reset your clocks. It’s also the perfect time refresh your emergency preparedness plan. This checklist will provide you with quick and simple steps to ensure you and your family are prepared no matter what: Daylight Savings Checklist

How do I prepare for an emergency?
Where can I find information (shelters, road conditions etc.) after an emergency?
How can I help during an emergency?

 Yolo Alert

Sign up for emergency alerts at

If you need assistance signing up for Yolo Alert, please contact us.

Contact information:
Day-to-Day OES Operations: (530) 406-4930


        (emergency preparedness planning, training & exercises, grants administration, etc.)

In the event of an emergency: 9-1-1 
        (life threatening emergency or public safety hazard, i.e. down power lines)

Community Resources: 2-1-1 
        (housing, healthcare, counseling, recreation, mental health, senior services, legal matters, rehabilitation, education)

Operational Area Partners can reach the OES Duty Officer via Dispatch: (530) 666-8920 

2023 Yolo County Hazard Mitigation Plan Public Survey

As part of the 2023 plan update process, the public is encouraged to provide input by completing a survey to identify the community’s concerns about hazards.  

You can Download a fill-able PDF by clicking on this link:

Hazard Mitigation Survey