Earthquake Country Alliance Calendar

2022 Great California ShakeOut

This year's International ShakeOut Day is October 20, when millions of people worldwide will participate in earthquake drills at work, school, or home! Join more than 9.5 million Californians by registering at

2022 ShakeOut SoCal Primary Media Event at Santa Monica College

1900 S. Pico Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 1900 S. Pico Blvd, Santa Monica

Earthquake Country Alliance is partnering with Santa Monica College for Southern California’s primary ShakeOut media event featuring response teams, moulage victims, triage, Ready America’s “Big Shaker” simulator, press conference, and subject matter experts.

Great Oakland ShakeOut Drill and Preparedness Fair

Fruitvale Transit Village 3340 E 12th St, Oakland

The City of Oakland is holding a ShakeOut drill at the Fruitvale Transit Village. Officials from Oakland Fire Department, the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the U.S. Geological Survey, California Earthquake Authority, and the Unity Council will talk with the public and media about the importance of earthquake safety, […]

Fleet Week San Diego

Broadway Pier, San Diego 1000 N. Harbor Dr., San Diego

Cal OES and Earthquake Country Alliance will have booths with earthquake and tsunami science and preparedness information during Fleet Week San Diego 2022. Look for us on Broadway Pier Nov. 3-6! See for the schedule of all events and more information.


World Tsunami Awareness Day

In 2015 the United Nations declared that each year 5 November would be observed as World Tsunami Awareness Day – a reminder that when a tsunami strikes, everyone must be ready to get to high ground. Tsunamis can be deadly, but they needn’t be. Early warning and early action are effective tools to protect people, […]


ECA Symposium at the Natural Disasters Expo

Anaheim Convention Center 800 W Katella Ave, Anaheim

The Natural Disasters Expo, being held in Anaheim for the first time, will host an Earthquake Country Alliance Symposium on November 9. ECA Members and all Expo participants are welcome to attend this day of science and safety presentations and trainings – plus explore all the exhibitor booths!


Shaking in Our Seats: Earthquake Science on the Big Screen

Caltech Beckman Auditorium 1200 E. California Boulevard, Pasadena

To celebrate the Caltech Seismological Laboratory's centennial, the Caltech Science Exchange, in collaboration with the Dr. Lucy Jones Center for Science and Society, will host this public event to explore the science behind onscreen earthquakes in films such as 1974's Earthquake and 2015's San Andreas.


Greater Los Angeles Safety and Preparedness Fair

Exposition Park, Green Lot 3986 Hoover St., Los Angeles

Register now to attend the 2022 Greater Los Angeles Safety and Preparedness Fair! Everyone is Welcome and it's FREE.


ECA Bay Area Fall 2022 Workshop @ SFO Aviation Museum

SFO Aviation Museum

You are invited to join us for our first ECA Bay Area Regional Workshop in person! The meeting will include Run Your Resilientville, a fun, interactive and inclusive group exercise that uses a human centered design approach for engaging and onboarding neighborhood stakeholders into community disaster resilience development. By designing the exercise around a real […]


ECA Bay Area Winter 2023 Workshop (Dublin, CA)

Alameda County Office of Emergency Services 4985 Broder Blvd, Dublin

An in-depth presentation in person of the HayWired Scenario Exercise Toolkit, Quake Break, a general update of ECA activities and more!


ECA SoCal Winter 2023 Workshop

Online (Zoom)

Learn about the impacts and lessons from the 2022 Ferndale earthquake, offshore faults and tsunami hazards of Southern California, and more!


Emergency Preparedness Virtual Town Hall

Online (Zoom)

California Department of Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara and State Senator Anthony J. Portantino invite you to an Emergency Preparedness Virtual Town Hall, with experts who will share what you can do to prepare in the event of an emergency.