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The Great California ShakeOut is a statewide earthquake drill spanning all 58 California counties and Yuma County, AZ. This page has ShakeOut information for Los Angeles County in the region.

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ShakeOut Activities in Los Angeles County

Presentations, preparedness fairs, and other activities are now being scheduled in Los Angeles County, leading up to the ShakeOut Drill in October.

If you are organizing an event that is relevant to the ShakeOut, please provide details using the Contact Us form and we may add it to the calendar, or contact you for more details.

ECA Associates for Los Angeles County

Earthquake Country Alliance (ECA) Associates are people who are working together to encourage the residents, schools, organizations, and businesses of their county to participate in The Great California ShakeOut. Many are giving presentations in their communities, participating in local events, or contacting other local leaders to help spread the word.

If you are interested in working with others in your area to promote participation in the ShakeOut, please complete our ECA Associate Application.

News and Updates

ShakeOut News for Los Angeles County

If you know of a news story that is relevant to the ShakeOut, please provide details (especially the web address if available) using the Contact Us form and we may add it to the list of news items, or contact you for more details.

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ShakeOut Updates

ShakeOut updates are sent weekly in the month or so before the drill, and monthly the rest of the year. Please use the Contact Us form to submit any announcements or other information you would like to contribute to the updates.

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Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills 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!