If you have large animals such as horses, cattle, sheep, goats, or pigs on your property, be sure to include them in your disaster preparations.
DO NOT LEAVE YOUR PETS BEHIND
If there’s ever a natural disaster or emergency requiring evacuation in the area where you live, you’ll want to be ready to keep not only yourself safe, but also your family pets
Resources and information to help you and your family cope with disasters.
To prepare for a disaster
What to do during a disaster
To help with after a disaster
For emergency services in Tehama County: Do Not Call 911 for general information…Use only for immediate threat emergencies. California Highway Patrol (CHP) and the The Tehama County Sheriff’s Office will control traffic flow and maintain access for emergency equipment.
Emergency Alert System (EAS) announcements:
Local radio stations –
Television stations –
KRCR-TV - Channel 7
KHSL-TV - Channel 12 - Action News Now
KNVN - Channel 24
Newspapers: will post updated news to their websites
Frequencies for Tehama County can be found at https://scancal.org/co/tehama/index.html
Fire incident information can be found at:
InciWeb (internet-based interagency incident information system)
Map sites for seeing the fire locations
2-1-1 Tehama is a resource for up-to-date information, relief and recovery resources. Either dial 2-1-1 or visit https://211norcal.org/tehama/search/emergency-disaster/.
Short Term Housing and Animal Boarding:
(530-673-1460) or 1-916-993-7070
2125 East Onstott Road
Yuba City, CA 95991
Will establish shelters for short-term housing and care of evacuees. They will only allow service animals and not family pets inside their shelters. Be sure arrange other housing for your pet’s safety prior to a disaster. If you choose not to go to the Red Cross shelter, still contact them to provide information about your location, in the event anyone is attempting to locate you.
Pet Friendly lodging resources - provide search applications for hotels/motels/etc. that accept pets.:
Contact the following:
To ask if they provide any emergency shelter, and if they would be able to house your animals.
VCA Animal Hospitals - Northern California
Large Animal Evacuation Assistance
Real Cowboy 911 - Volunteer Group
FOR TEHAMA COUNTY- The primary agencies in charge during a disaster in are:
604 Antelope Blvd., Red Bluff, CA 96080
22840 Antelope Boulevard, Red Bluff, CA 96080
The Tehama County Sheriff’s Office, Red Bluff Police Department and Corning Police Departmentintend to use Tehama Alert to notify you of a potential fire, gas leak, flood or other natural or man-caused incident in your local area that would prompt an immediate evacuation or shelter in place protocols.
Office: (530) 529-7988 - Monday – Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
After Hours: (530) 529-7900 ext. 1
The Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Services (O.E.S.) is on-call 24 hours per day, seven days per week, 365 days per year. O.E.S. personnel respond to floods, fires, chemical and hazardous material spills and other disasters or emergency events throughout Tehama County.
The California Highway Patrol Red Bluff Area serves Tehama County. As part of the CHP's Northern Division, they patrol Interstate 5, State Route 99, State Route 36, and over 1000 miles of unincorporated county roadways.
Provides fire suppression, prevention, rescue and emergency services for the City of Red Bluff. Ser ...
555 Washington Street, Suite C, Red Bluff, CA , 96080
In order to ensure that Tehama County is prepared for natural or man-made emergencies and disasters, ...
1850 Walnut Street Red Bluff, CA 96080
CAL FIRE - NORTHERN REGION
State government agency that is committed to serving and protecting the people and communities throughout Northern California.
Northern Region Operations, 6105 Airport Road, Redding, CA 96002
Corning Volunteer Fire Department
Provides fire protection and emergency services for the City of Corning.
Self-Evacuation Information & Form Kit For Tehama County Horse Owners. Presented by the VIP Program (Volunteers in Prevention) Cal Fire Tehama Glenn Unit – Provides useful information, phone numbers and web sites
READY - a National public service campaign designed to educate and empower the American people to prepare for, respond to and mitigate emergencies, including natural and man-made disasters.
Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN) – Hazard Resources
California Department of Food and Agriculture - Wildfire Recovery Resources