Getting Ready (Emergency Kit, Mobile Apps, Check Lists & Tips
Education (CPR, First Aid, C.E.R.T.)
Visit Ready.gov to plan ahead for disasters from fire to earthquake to flooding, and more.
FIRESafe MARIN is dedicated to reducing wildfire hazards and improving fire-safety awareness in Marin County.
Make a Defensible Space around your home to improve your home's chance of surviving a wildfire.
Read and understand information on WILDFIRE EVACUATION at FIRESafe MARIN!
Living in Quake Country - "Sunset Magazine's" guide for earthquake preparedness.
Visit Ready.gov for strategies Financial Preparedness strategies.
Each family member should have a Grab & Go Bag packed and ready to go. Your Evacuation Backpack contains those things you want to take with you to help keep you and your family safe during an evacuation. Get an Evacuation Checklist at FIRESafe MARIN (PDF).
An extended Grab & Go list and planning can be found at FIRESafe MARIN.
See the American Red Cross website to purchase Emergency Preparedness Supplies.
Download wildfire Mobile Apps for Emergencies.
Red Cross has more free Apps to download to your mobile phone.
In the event of a disaster you may be on your own for 5-7 days. READYmarin provides information and training to keep you and your family safe, warm, and fed in the event of a disaster.
Tips for the Elderly (PDF)
Tips for Pet Owners (PDF)
CPR Tips to increase patient survivability - ParamedicTV (video)
Pocket CPR Guides - Printable, iPhone & Android Apps
Marin County Community Emergency Response Training (C.E.R.T.) Information & Training
Muir Beach Residents, please download both pages of the Household Registry Form, fill them out, and put them in the Muir Beach Volunteer Fire Department mail box across from the Pelican Inn.
This Household Registry provides the information necessary to ensure that the Muir Beach community, its Volunteer Fire Department and other responders are prepared to take action knowledgably and effectively to everything from individual emergencies to regional disasters. It helps the community understand and organize the skills, equipment and supplies available. It has been completed by nearly everyone in the Muir Beach Area, and is provided to all new residents. If your Household Registry is not on file or needs to be updated, please download the attached Household Registry form and return it to the MBVFD Fire Chief Chris Gove in the Muir Beach Volunteer Fire Department mail box.
(Be sure to download & complete BOTH pages)
Disaster Supplies Kit (PDF)
Muir Beach Residents: Neighbors will be checking your house to be sure you're safe. If you're safe and do not need help, hang a towel at the street.
A Towel Hung Near Your Entrance Indicates You're Safe and Need No Help
Marin County Office of Emergency Preparedness
Marin County Schools Emergency Preparedness Services
Muir Beach Volunteer Fire Department is 100% volunteer. That means ALL donations go DIRECTLY towards keeping our volunteer firefighters well trained and equipped. Thanks for your support.