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Emergency Operations Center

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About the Emergency Operations Center

City Manager Deanna J. Santana addressing staff in Emergency Operations Center

The Office of Emergency Services maintains an Emergency Operations Center (EOC) in “response-ready” condition to serve as the City’s hub for emergency management activities in support of large-scale emergencies or planned events. Staff from all city departments may staff the EOC that is organized by functional units i.e., Management, Operations, Logistics, Plans/Intelligence and Finance/Administration. 

Sign up for Extreme Weather Notifications

During a major significant event, -- enough rain or wind to prompt a National Weather Service “warning” (issued when hazardous weather is occurring or imminent) or significant impact on many residents/businesses – the City of Santa Clara will send emails to those who sign up for “Extreme Weather.” Please visit and sign up for “Extreme Weather” news.

Alert SCC

AlertSCC is a free, easy, and confidential way for anyone who lives or works in Santa Clara County to get emergency warnings sent directly to their cell phone, mobile device, email, or landline. AlertSCC can reach you wherever you are to provide information and instructions in a variety of emergency situations, which may include:

Sign up today on the Alert SCC webpage.

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