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Alameda Asks Residents for Input on Emergency Needs

The City of Alameda is gathering public input on the community’s needs during large-scale emergencies, including severe weather, floods, and evacuations. Residents will be asked for information on their household and community needs during an emergency, including access to essential services, communication, and coordination with first responders, and housing and shelter.

Alameda Post - the poster for the Access and Functional Needs 2024 Emergency Disaster Planning Community Survey

The 2024 Emergency Disaster Planning Community Survey is part of the City’s efforts to address the unmet needs of residents with disabilities and other access and functional needs during an emergency.

The information will be used by city emergency services staff during planning and response to large-scale emergencies. The survey will be updated annually and accessible only to city emergency services staff.

Complete the voluntary survey online. Residents may complete the survey in person every fourth Monday of the month at the Alameda Free Library, 1550 Oak Street. Language translation available.

For further assistance, please call 510-337-2161 or visit the Main Library during office hours, every fourth Monday of the month from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

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