Additional Emergency Preparedness Resources:
Emergency Incident Information
- Alert South Bay: alertsouthbay.com
- PulsePoint app: pulsepoint.org
- SCE Active Power Outage website: https://www.sce.com/outage-center/check-outage-status
- Stay Informed monitor radio stations in the Los Angeles area for emergency broadcasts:
Be Prepared for an Emergency
- First Aid/CPR: redcross.org
- Electrical safety: RPV flyer, sce.com/safety
- Gas safety: RPV flyer, https://www.socalgas.com/stay-safe/safety-and-prevention
- Evacuation/go bag: RPV flyer, https://ready.lacounty.gov/disaster-supply-kits/
- Home fire plan: http://fire.lacounty.gov/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/HOME-FIRE-Safety-July-2019.pdf
- Brush fire/evacuation: https://fire.lacounty.gov/rsg/
Wildfire Detection Cameras – Coming Soon
On October 18, 2022, the RPV City Council approved a five-year agreement in coordination with the Palos Verdes Peninsula cities with Pano AI to install a network of high-mounted cameras in the City that will be monitored 24/7 to detect wildfire smoke across the Peninsula so first responders can be alerted to a brush fire as early as possible.
Pano AI cameras scan a 15-mile-plus radius from a high vantage point to detect, evaluate, and report on wildfire activity. The cutting-edge technology of wildfire cameras assess weather conditions with alerts that provide up-to-date time-lapse imagery and quickly disseminates information about a fire’s location and movement. Wildfire cameras will be online in the coming months.