Governor Gavin Newsom

State Capitol
1303 10th St
Sacramento, CA 95814

Senator Shannon Grove

State Capitol, Room 305,
Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone: (916) 651-4016
Fax: (916) 651-4916

Speaker Anthony Rendon

State Capitol Room 219
Sacramento, CA 95814
Tel: (916) 319-2063
Fax: (916) 319-2163

California State Leadership


​Mark Ghilarducci, Director
3650 Schriever Avenue, Mather
California 95655-4203
(916) 845-8510

​Budge Currier: (SWIC)
Statewide Interoperability Coordinator
3650 Schriever Avenue, Mather
California 95655-4203
(916) 845-8510

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Calfornia State Homepage
CA Gov Portal

Nevada City Chamber of Commerce

132 Main Street
Nevada City, CA 95959
128 E Main St,
1 (530) 265-2692

City of Grass Valley
Nevada County

Demographics

County Demographics
Emergency Management Plans
Updated 1/1/2020

Primary Emergency Providers


Nevada County Sheriff Office

Sheriff Shannan Moon
950 Maidu Ave,
Nevada City, CA 95959
(530) 265-1471

Nevada County Emergency Services

Paul Cummings OES Program Manager
Office of Emergency Services
Suite 130 950 Maidu Avenue
Nevada City, CA 95959
Phone: 530-265-1515
Fax: 530-265-7087

Nevada Communications Department

Sheriff Shannan Moon
950 Maidu Ave,
Nevada City, CA 95959
(530) 265-1471

Other Emergency Service Providers


Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital

155 Glasson Way
Grass Valley, CA 95945
(530) 274-6000

Nevada County Consolidated Fire

Email Address
640 Coyote Street
Grass Valley, CA 95959
(530) 265-4431

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Nevada County Consolidated Fire
Email Address
640 Coyote Street
Grass Valley, CA 95959
(530) 265-4431

Sierra Nevada Ambulance Service

110 Spring Hill Dr,
Grass Valley, CA 95945
Phone: (530) 274-9218

Emergency Ground Ambulance Providers
Penn Valley Fire Protection District
10513 Spenceville Road
Penn Valley, CA 95946
(530) 432-2630

Truckee Fire Protection District
10049 Donner Pass Road
Truckee, CA 96160
(530) 582-7850

EMS Aircraft Provider
Care Flight 3
Truckee Tahoe Airport Base
Truckee, CA 96161
(775) 858-5700

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Nevada County ARES
jason.eaton@gmail.com

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NCARC Amateur Radio Club
President:Cal McKitrick - AI6MC
W6DD repeater 147.285 + offset PL 151.4 or
136.5 and NCARC 147.015 + offset PL 151.4
441.250 PL 77.0
info@W6DD
P.O BOX 2923
Grass Valley CA 95945 USA

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Radio Reference Online

Nevada County City of Grass Valley


Nevada County Board of Supervisors

Heidi Hall, Chair, Supervisor District 1: Ed Scofield, Supervisor District 2
Dan Miller, Vice-Chair, Supervisor District 3: Susan Hoek, Supervisor District 4
Richard Anderson, Supervisor District 5
950 Maidu Avenue
Nevada City, CA 95959
530-265-1218

Jill Blake Public Health Director
Nevada County Health Department
500 Crown Point Cir,
Grass Valley, CA 95945
Phone: (530) 265-1450
Fax: 530-271-0894

City Of Grass Valley

Ben Aguilar Mayor
125 East Main St.
Grass Valley, CA 95945
530) 274-4319

Public Utilities & Vital Resources


PG&E, Pacific Gas and Electric

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P.O. Box 997300
Sacramento, CA 95899-7300
24-hour Power Outage Information Center
1-800-743-5002

California Department of Education

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1430 N Street
Sacramento, CA 95814-5901
General: 916-319-0800

California Department of Health

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PO Box 997377, MS 0500
Sacramento, CA 95899-7377
(916) 558-1784

California Department of Transportation

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1120 N Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
General Information:
(916) 654-2852

Radio and Television Stations
& Emergency Management Information


KCRA 3 NBC

Hearst Television Digital Full-Power - 1000 kW
news@kcra.com
3 Television Circle
Sacramento, CA 95814-0794
916-446-3333
916-444-7316

CBS 13 KOVR

CBS Corporation KOVR Digital Full-Power - 760 kW
email news@kovr.com
2713 KOVR Drive,
West Sacramento, CA 9560
NEWS TIPS: Call (916) 374-1301
toll-free: 1 (800) 374-8813

News 10 ABC KXTV

Gannett KXTV Digital Full-Power - 34.5 kW
400 Broadway
Sacramento, CA 95818-2098
Tel: (916) 441-2345
Fax: (916) 321-3384

American Red Cross

144 Hughes Rd # G,
Grass Valley, CA 95945
Phone: (530) 272-3265
High Sierra Earthquake Hazards
Most people residing in the High Sierra Area are probably not too concerned about seismic hazards. However, moderate to strong earthquakes do occasionally strike in the Sierra Nevada. Such earthquakes usually happen because (1) vertical adjustments are still being made within the recently uplifted (geologic time wise) Sierran block and (2) the range is wedged between two tectonically active areas: On the west side, the North American and Pacific plates continue to crunch and grind past each other, while to east, extensional faulting continues to shape the Basin and Range province. These geologic processes cause stress not only to accumulate within the two individual regions, but also within the Sierra Nevada province. Consequently, at least 20 earthquakes greater than magnitude five (M5), three of which were greater than M6), have been recorded within the area since 1855. Some of these have generated ground shaking and landslides that have caused significant damage to structures and roads.

Of particular interest in the High Sierra Area is the Tahoe Basin. Although, commonly thought to be part of the Sierra Nevada landscape, the Tahoe Basin overlaps the boundary between the Sierra and a narrow tectonic transition zone that separates the Sierra Nevada from Basin and Range province to the east. It is generally accepted that the intensity of extensional tectonism within the Basin and Range progressively increases westward, culminating along the extent of this transition zone. Recent studies reveal that multiple earthquakes of about M7 have occurred within the basin during the last 11,000 years, some within the last few thousand years. Not only is considerable damage and possible loss of life to be expected from such a large magnitude earthquake in present time, the amount of associated surface rupture on one of the faults below Lake Tahoe could generate a 30-foot high seiche wave that could easily destroy lakeside developments. Ground failure in the form of rock falls and other landslides along the steep mountain slopes surrounding the basin, along with liquefaction of sediments deposited within the basin itself, could cause substantial damage in developed areas.

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