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All participants: neighborhood groups

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There are 33 neighborhood groups registered for the 2012 Great California ShakeOut, with a total of 16,349 participants. View all groups.

The following registrants agreed to be listed on this website when they registered. Names are linked if a website was provided during registration.

If a main organization name is not bold, this means that one or more departments have registered but the main organization has not.

Alameda
        Fairview Park Neighbors, Oakland
        LabCoop
                61st Street Neighborhood Watch, Oakland, CA 94608, Oakland
        Lakeside, Oakland
        Neighborhood Watch, Oakland

Contra Costa
        Arlington Earth Quakers, Kensington
        Concord Park Neighborhood Association, Concord
        Kensington Public Safety Council, Kensington

Humboldt
        Beach Creek Homeowners Association, Trinidad
        VillageKeepers.org, Arcata

Los Angeles
        300 Block of North Myrtle Ave Monrovia, Monrovia
        Bel Air Crest Emergency Preparedness Committee, Los Angeles
        City of La Verne
                La Verne Mobile Disaster Task Force, La Verne
        Evening of Community Neighborhood Watch, Los Angeles
        Fig Avenue Neighborhood Group -, Monrovia
        Hedgewood Drive Neighborhood Watch, Rancho Palos Verdes
        Neighborhood Council Valley Village, Valley Village
        Nichols Canyon Neighborhood Association, Los Angeles
        Rancho Palos Verdes Neighborhood Watch, Rancho Palos Verdes
        Rose Hills Community & Homeowners Alliance, Los Angeles
        Spaulding Square Neighborhood Association, Los Angeles
        Summerwind HOA, Torrance

Marin
        Paradise Cay Homeowner's Association, Tiburon

Orange
        Huntington Beach Landmark Active Senior Community, Huntington Beach

Riverside
        Chaparral Country Club, Palm Desert
        Four Seasons Neighboorhod Homeowners Association
                Four Seasons Palm Springs Emergency Preparedness Program, Leadership Committee, Palm Springs
        Sun City Palm Desert Emergency Preparedness Committee, Palm Desert
        Trilogy La Quinta Emergency Preparedness Committee, La Quinta

San Diego
        Community Emergency Response Teams
                Town Center Seniors, Santee

San Luis Obispo
        Sunrise Terrace Mobile Home Park, Arroyo Grande

Santa Barbara
        Rancho del Ciervo Homeowners Association, Santa Barbara

Santa Clara
        Midtown Neighbors & Friends, Palo Alto

Ventura
        Ventura Marina Mobile Home Park, Office, Ventura




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10:16 a.m. on October 16, 2014
©2014 SCEC Southern California Earthquake Center @ USC
The Great Other States and Countries ShakeOut Step 1: Secure it now! Step 2: Make a plan Step 3: Make disaster kits Step 4: Is your place safe? Step 5: Drop, Cover, and Hold On Step 6: Check it out! Step 7: Communicate and recover!