The City of Malibu strives to increase the community’s ability to respond and recover to a large earthquake, which will lead to fewer casualties, reduced damage, and a shorter recovery period. Year-round, the City conducts public education, works to reduce non-structural earthquake hazards, updates emergency plans, conducts Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training, identifies vulnerabilities in critical City functions, and develops continuity of government strategies. According to experts, the probability of a 6.7 or greater magnitude earthquake happening in the next 30 years is 99.7%. The time to prepare is now.
Earthquake Preparedness Video from Los Angeles County
How to Prepare Your Earthquake Survival Kit
great california shakeout
Annually, the City participates in the Great California ShakeOut, a statewide earthquake drill during which millions of people practice how to Drop, Cover, and Hold On. For more information about the Great ShakeOut, visit https://www.shakeout.org.