Welcome to Earthquake Country!

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The Earthquake Country Alliance (ECA) is a public-private partnership of people, organizations, and regional alliances that work together to improve preparedness, mitigation and resiliency.

ECA provides information and resources to help everyone who lives, works, or travels in earthquake country get prepared to survive and recover quickly, by following the Seven Steps to Earthquake Safety.

Our website is transitioning to this new design, so some content may not currently be available.

2014 Buildings at Risk Summit
Join building owners, government officials, engineers, scientists, and civic leaders on October 20th in downtown Los Angeles as we discuss resources and approaches for reducing losses from earthquakes and other disasters.

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Resources

Drop, Cover, and Hold On!

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Read our special report about why you should "drop, cover, and hold on" to protect yourself during earthquake shaking.

Putting Down Roots in Earthquake Country, Living on Shaky Ground, and similar publications: each includes an overview of earthquake hazards, earthquake science basic information, and the Seven Steps to Earthquake Safety.

MyHazards
Use this CalOES website to discover the hazards that exist in your area and learn how to reduce your risk.

Information in Spanish version can be found at terremotos.org.

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