City of La Quinta:
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS COMMITTEE
Purpose: The Trilogy Emergency Preparedness Committee includes over 140 volunteers in nine teams: 1st Aid, Awareness, Block Captains, Emergency Operations Center, Fire Response, Power (electrical generators), Recovery, Search and Rescue/Building Inspection, and Security. Volunteers are needed for each of the teams. The committee’s role is to maintain resident awareness of their personal responsibility for disaster preparation, provide information to residents about how to prepare for a disaster, and coordinate resident response after a disaster. Volunteers are always welcome. Contact Bob Garrott 760-777-8428 if you are interested in volunteering. Individual meeting times may vary.
The Emergency Preparedness Committee meets:
The committee meets quarterly/2nd Thursday of the month at 1 p.m.
*Meeting dates are subject to change due to member availability, season, etc. Confirm any meeting by contacting management or the committee chair to verify the next open meeting date.
Dick Chavarria, email@example.com
Ed Pizzulli – firstname.lastname@example.org
Carolyn Stephenson – email@example.com
Dan Bemis – firstname.lastname@example.org
John Bowman – (714) 272-5822
Pete Fleury – email@example.com
Bob Garrott – Rgarrott@bendingpixels.com
Steve Owens – firstname.lastname@example.org
Barbara Shah – email@example.com
Our Latest News and Information:
Minutes | November 12, 2020
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Minutes | November 14, 2019
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Minutes | May 9, 2019
Minutes | February 14, 2019
Minutes | November 8, 2019
Minutes | February 8, 2018
Minutes | May 31, 2018
Minutes | August 10, 2017
Minutes | May 11, 2017
Welcome to Your Trilogy Emergency Preparedness Home Page. Before a disaster is the time to prepare your home and life by reviewing this Emergency Preparedness Information. “Winging it” is not a plan.
La Quinta Early Warning Notification System
The City of La Quinta with the County of Riverside has a new emergency early warning system and is called “Early Warning Notification System or “EWNS.” This new system provides improved methods for communicating to the community during emergencies and disasters. To register click HERE to go to the EWNS page,
If you have any questions or need assistance with registration, please contact the city’s Public Safety Office Assistant, Sandra Martindale at 760-777-7050.
Potential Threats To Lives & Property In The Coachella Valley
This section provides you with information about the potential impact seven selected threats can have on lives and property here in the Coachella Valley.
It is not a prediction of what will happen but rather an illustration of potential impacts. Review this material and then use it to help you finalize your family preparedness plan and your emergency supplies kit. Use the navigation buttons to the left to quickly go to information on one of the seven “Threats.”
EMERGENCY BROADCAST STATIONS
KCLB 970 (Spanish)