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Bay Area Expected Earthquake
Resources for Bay Area Cities and Counties in response to the October 2017 North Bay Fires. Links to information that elected officials and staff may find helpful.
The latest San Francisco earthquake reports and news, plus how to prepare.
Check current weather conditions and forecasts for the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond,
In 2017, ABAG replaced previous housing loss numbers developed in 2003 with updated loss numbers. These numbers tell a compelling and personal story about the Bay Area’s potential future after an earthquake: how many buildings will be damaged?
Update | An earthquake struck the Bay Area early Thursday morning along a fault line that U.S. Geological Survey scientists have called a “tectonic time bomb.” The earthquake hit near Berkeley, California, as a magnitude 4.4. The damage is expected to be minimal, but it occurred along the ...
ABAG was created by local governments to meet their planning and research needs related to land use, environmental and water resource protection, disaster resilience, energy efficiency and hazardous waste mitigation, and to provide risk management, financial services and staff training to local counties, cities and towns.
The job market in the Bay Area is expected to grow by about 2.1 percent during 2018, while the state should grow by 1.9 percent, and the U.S. economy should increase its total non-farm payroll jobs by around 1.6 percent, the Anderson forecasters predicted.
How much does a retrofit cost? Find answers to this and 22 other questions about earthquake retrofitting and seismic upgrades in Earthquake Safety's Frequently Asked Questions.
MTC is the transportation planning, financing and coordinating agency for the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area.
The 2011 Virginia earthquake occurred on August 23 at 1:51:04 p.m. local time in the Piedmont region of the US state of Virginia.The epicenter, in Louisa County, was 38 mi (61 km) northwest of Richmond and 5 mi (8 km) south-southwest of the town of Mineral.It was an intraplate earthquake with a magnitude of 5.8 and a maximum perceived intensity of VII (Very strong) on the Mercalli intensity scale.