Useful Resources

State of CA Executive Order re: Drought

On May 9, 2016, Governor Brown issued Executive Order B-37-16 declaring, in part, that water restrictions will remain in place this summer and that Californians make water conservation a way of life. This executive order builds on temporary statewide emergency water restrictions to establish longer-term water conservation measures, including permanent monthly water use reporting, new permanent water use standards in California communities and bans on clearly wasteful practices such as hosing off sidewalks, driveways and other hardscapes. full order

Prepare, Plan, Stay Informed...Emergency Preparedness

There are many valuable resources of information available on emergency preparedness for earthquakes and other potential disasters. Below are just a few that the Woodfield Community may find useful.

• Family Emergency Plan Cards  |  download PDF

• Emergency Supplies vendor list  |  download PDF

• Emergency Supplies checklist  |  download PDF

• Emergency Evacuation Plan  |  download PDF

• Water Plan & Purification  |  download PDF

Earthquake Safety Checklists

• Pets & Disaster Safety Checklist from the Red Cross  |  download PDF 

• Earthquake Safety Checklist from the Red Cross  |  download PDF

• USGS, a government resource

• California Earthquake Authority

• Earthquake Supply Kit Checklist | PDF Download

• “Easy Ways to Quake Safe Your Home” | PDF Download 

from the New Zealand Government, but very informative and helpful 

• “Putting Down Roots in Earthquake Country” | PDF Download
  a thorough guide about earthquake in Southern California 

Water Wise Tips

In addition to Golden State Water's suggestions for water conservation, Woodfield residents may find these websites full of helpful information to assist you in your water conservation efforts:

Golden Rules for Water Conservation, by Golden State Water

Home Water Challenge video, by Water Use It Wisely

100 Ways to Conserve, by Water Use It Wisely






AlertOC is a mass notification system designed to keep Orange County residents and businesses informed of emergencies. This system is utilized by the Police and Fire Department for time-sensitive alerts. They are able to pinpoint exact structures that maybe affected and get a notice to you at once! With so many of us moving away from land-line and living in a mobile society, this system is designed to give alerts where we live and work. If you are care-giver to someone residing at a different address, you are encouraged to sign up at that address so you may be their helping hand. This will give you any notices you may need relevant to that geography. The notice may be sent to your home, cell or business phone. Text messages may also be sent to cell phones, e-mail accounts and hearing impaired receiving devices. AlertOC is a joint County/City program and they will not share your information or spam you. However they do test the system each year. For more information visit