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Monterey will celebrate 250 years all year long in 2020!
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What is the City of Monterey doing to prepare?
When a major emergency happens within city limits, the City of Monterey will likely open its Emergency Operations Center (EOC). The EOC is located in a secure facility where City departments can work closely together to coordinate the emergency response, allocate resources, and support management of the incident. City staff conduct regular training drills to prepare for various emergencies, including storms.
If the EOC is activated, the latest information on the situation will be posted on the City website, as soon as it is available. The City will also use the media, Alert! Monterey County, Twitter and other methods to get information out quickly to the public.