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Washington, D.C.

The Great SouthEast ShakeOut is a multi-state earthquake drill spanning much of the southeastern United States. ShakeOut activities for Washington, D.C., are supported by the District of Columbia Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency. Earthquake information for Washington, D.C., is provided below.

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Points of Contact

District of Columbia Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency
Rebekah Mena, Deputy Chief, Public Affairs
    rebekah.mena@dc.gov, (202) 570-2111

Federal Emergency Management Agency, Region III
Darlene Messina, Emergency Management Program
    darlene.messina@fema.dhs.gov, (215) 873-5303

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!

people are currently registered to participate in this year's Great SouthEast ShakeOut Drill.

are from Washington, D.C.

Number of Washington, D.C. participants in each category

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Washington, D.C. EARTHQUAKE HAZARDS

USGS District of Columbia Earthquake Webpage
http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/states/?region=District%20of%20Columbia

DC Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency app
https://hsema.dc.gov/page/hsema-application

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