How can you get involved?

Neighborhoods are meeting to define their own priorities and organize themselves around three objectives:

  1. Prepare each residence. This focuses on basic emergency preparation and hazard mitigation.
  2. Meet your neighbors before a disaster and create an emergency response plan for each block and neighborhood. This includes neighbors helping neighbors, rally points and a communication plan with first responders.
  3. Implement resilient shelter-in-place resources. This includes, but is not limited to, alternative power sources, water purification, telecom microgrids.

We encourage all levels of participation.

Take your next step!

Don’t have any spare time? Prepare yourself with:

    • Water — 1 gallon per day per person (don’t forget your pets!)
    • Food — items that don’t need to be refrigerated or cooked (don’t forget your pets!)
    • First aid kit — including prescription and over-the-counter medications

Can check on your immediate neighbors? Coordinate with your Block Lead.

Can help disseminate information to your block? Volunteer to be a Block Lead.

Can facilitate meetings in your neighborhood and liaise with Coastside CERT and other neighborhoods? Volunteer to be a Neighborhood Lead.

We can’t do everything at once, but we can make progress towards resilience in small, coordinated steps, emphasizing common sense communications, cooperation, resource management, and risk mitigation.

For more details on each neighborhood, please see the Roster Summary spreadsheet and scroll down to find the contacts for your neighborhood and then fill out the form to Join our program.

Coastside Neighborhoods (North to South)

Our Coastside is lucky to have so many dedicated people working together to build a resilient community. Below is a list of the 32 Coastside neighborhoods that are coordinating with us and their leadership teams. Those neighborhoods without leadership teams are being helped by the Coastside CERT coordinators until leaders are found.

Montara

Moss Beach

  • Neighborhood Leads: Kathleen Campana, Terry Plank, Sandi Winter, Frances Nelson
  • Meeting Coordinators: Kathleen Campana, Terry Plank
  • Data Manager: William Van Peeters
  • Block Leads: Kathleen Campana (Sierra Street), Terry Plank (Tierra Alta, Loma Vista, and Linda Vista), Sandi Winters (Wave Ave), Valerie and Tim Dubois (Buena Vista), Julia Wilson (800 block of Buena Vista), Frances Nelson (Winke Way)
  • Contact: mossbeachemergencyresponse@gmail.com or fill out the form to Join your neighborhood.

Seal Cove

Pillar Ridge

Harbor/Princeton

Princeton-by-the-Sea/Clipper Ridge

El Granada

East Miramar

West Miramar

Frenchman's Creek

Sea Haven/Spindrift

Kehoe/Casa del Mar

Grandview

Highland Park

Belleville

92 Corridor

Hilltop

Cypress Cove/Stone Pine

HMB

Amesport

Senior Campus/Sea Crest School

Arnold Way/Villa Cardoza

Main Street Park

Pilarcitos Park

Alsace Lorraine

Arleta Park/Poplar

  • Neighborhood Leads: Amber Amaro, Guliz des Tombe, Rinaldo Veseliza, Tim Whalen, Justin Stockman
  • Data Manager: Cynthia Sherrill
  • Block Leads: Amber Amaro, Guliz des Tombe, Monnett Soldo, Rinaldo Veseliza, Connie & Paul Gerster, Susan Kerby, Colleen Amour, Teresa Rourke
  • Contact coastsidecert@gmail.com or fill out the form to Join your neighborhood.

Wavecrest

Ocean Corner

Ocean Colony

Cañada Cove

Moonridge

Rural South HMB/Purissima Creek