Listos California

Listos California

Every Californian, regardless of age, ability, income or language, deserves culturally competent education to prepare for wildfire, flood, earthquake, drought, heatwave and other disasters. Thanks to a continuous investment of public funds by Governor Gavin Newsom and state lawmakers, Listos California engages a statewide network of community-based organizations, Tribal Governments, and Community Emergency Response Teams across the state to boost resiliency, provide accessible in-language information and advance a new culture of disaster preparedness.

Anchored at the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) since 2019, Listos California has succeeded in reaching millions of Californians who otherwise wouldn’t have access to lifesaving emergency preparedness information. Providing tools to help vulnerable Californians not only survive, but also thrive post-disaster, is what makes Listos California so vital.

Disaster Preparedness Information in Your Home Language

Speakers of Indigenous languages, Spanish, and Punjabi can learn about how to stay safe during floods and other natural disasters by watching these preparedness videos, created in partnership with United Way Fresno and Madera CountiesCentro de Unidad Popular Benito JuárezJakara Movement and Binational of Central California to bring important disaster safety information to immigrant and farmworker communities in their native languages.

Service Area
3400 3rd Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95817
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