Emergency Preparedness

Prepare You and Your Family for Disasters
Find out how you and your family can make an evacuation plan and build an emergency kit.

Winter Safety and Preparedness
Find out how you can avoid winter hazards, safely heat your home, travel safely and shelter-in-place during severe weather events.

You can Volunteer 
Do you want to get involved? Help your community? Volunteer. 

Trinity Healthcare Preparedness Partners 
A partnership that fosters collaboration so that we may better protect the health of the community during an emergency or disaster.


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Keeping yourself informed is an important part of emergency preparedness and proper response. Here are many websites you can reference to stay informed before, during, and after an incident or emergency event:

InciWeb – Incident Information System (for large, inter-agency response)

InciWeb Newsfeed for California Incidents (inter-agency response)

CalFire Incident Information * Subscribe to their Newsfeed

Planning Ahead for Disasters

Evacuating yourself and your Family

Code Red Signup (Trinity County Community Alert System)

Code RED Mobile Download

Trinity County Parcel Viewer

North Coast Unified Air Quality Management District (NCUAQMD)

Hazardous Weather Outlook for Northwest California

Weaverville Online - Trinity Emergency Alert Network


Caltrans District 2 

State Route 299 Current Conditions

State Route 3 – Current Conditions

Buckhorn Traffic Cam (via Caltrans)

Oregon Mountain Traffic Cam (via Caltrans)

Local Chain Requirements (via Caltrans)



CalFire * CalFire Shasta-Trinity * CalFire PIO 

Cal OES 

CA Fire Scanner

USFS Fire California


Trinity County HHS

Trinity County Sheriff's Office