Map Your Neighborhood’s new “Oakmont Ready Tips” for this week commemorate the 1906 earthquake in San Francisco. These ‘shakey’ Tips provide important information on when to Drop, Cover & Hold, as well as things you can do to prepare before the “big one” hits the Rogers Fault running through Santa Rosa.

“Oakmont Ready Tips” are designed as short pdfs that can be printed and stored in a binder. Stay tuned for more exciting Tips next week! Click here to see all the Tips released so far.

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