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Emergency Preparedness


Robert Zadnik
City Manager

450 San Rafael Avenue
Belvedere, CA 94920
Monday through Thursday
8:00 am -12:00 pm
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm


Whatever the type of emergency, it is always best to be prepared. The following programs and information are available to help you prepare for and deal with an emergency.

Alert Marin Emergency Notification

Alert Marin Emergency Notification is a County of Marin program that provides emergency alerts via call, text, email or smartphone. Emergency officials use Alert Marin to deliver incident-specific information or potentially life-saving instructions to the specific geographic area(s) affected. Click here for more information and to register.

Belvedere Block Captains

The Belvedere Block Captain Program is a city-sponsored, resident-based community program designed to help residents prepare for an emergency. Click here for more information and to get involved.

CPR Training

CPR can help save a life if a person’s breathing or heart stops. The Red Cross offers a range of remote and in-person classes at affordable rates. You can learn more here.

Emergency Go Bags and Stay Kits

Assemble a shelter-in-place kit and an emergency go bag long before a disaster occurs, and keep them easily accessible so you are prepared for an emergency.

Evacuation Tag Program

The Evacuation Tag Program provides residents with evacuation tags to display on their home during an emergency. These tags will help emergency responders more quickly ensure that neighborhoods are evacuated during a disaster. Click here for more information and to get your evacuation tag.

Evacuation Routes

The City of Belvedere has developed an evacuation map for emergencies. Know at least two evacuation routes, as one may be unpassable in an emergency. Click here to see the evacuation map.

Family Communication Plan

Communication networks could be unreliable during a disaster, and electricity could be disrupted. Planning ahead will help ensure family members know how to reach each other and where to meet in an emergency. You can learn more here.

Get Ready 94920

Get Ready 94920 is a disaster preparedness program from the Tiburon Police Department that educates residents on how to protect themselves and their families against all types of disasters. Click here for more information and to Get Ready 94920

Siren Notification Alerting Peninsula 840 AM (SNAP 840 AM)

The SNAP 840 AM Program is designed to deliver radio alert updates in the event of an emergent situation on the Belvedere–Tiburon Peninsula. Click here for more information and to sign up.


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