The Department of Emergency Management has 125 Auxiliary Communications Service (ACS) volunteers who supplement the County’s emergency communications capabilities in the event of a disaster. These volunteers are registered Disaster Service Workers who provide administrative, technical and operational support for emergency communications between local and state agencies.
Sonoma County Fire and Emergency Services Department
Internships in the Emergency Management Division provide technical and/or administrative assistance in emergency preparedness and planning projects. Ideal candidates will have a strong interest in working within the field of Emergency Management. Interns can expect to commit to a minimum of 10-20 hours per week for 3 or more months.
Opportunities for advanced education and training for emergency management professionals
Interactive emergency related maps, including debris sites, emergency shelter locations, local assistance and volunteer centers, medical facilities, pickup and assembly points, school closures. Application access is available for emergency response partners.
Sonoma County Emergency and Preparedness Information