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Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton

"The West Coast's Premier Expeditionary Training Base"

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If you are experiencing an emergency please call 9-1-1.

In the event of an actual emergency or crisis event, pertinent information from Marine Corps Installations West and Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, will be posted on Twitter 
@MCIWPendletonCA and Facebook

 

To listen to a recorded message regarding the status of a current emergency or crisis event aboard Camp Pendleton, please call the Camp Pendleton Information Line at: 760-725-9045 or 866-430-2764. 


Camp Pendleton manages an Emergency Notification Systems called AtHoc, which requires access using a government computer and common access card (CAC).

Click the button below to register:

Requires a government Common Access Card (CAC) card to enter site.

Emergency Planning
Below you'll find important emergency planning information that could be useful in the event of an emergency aboard Camp Pendleton.

Planning for Wildland Fires    
    (Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) Links)
How to Prepare for a Wildland fire  (2.52MB .PDF)
Other FEMA Resources

Cal Fire - Wildfire Preparedness: http://www.readyforwildfire.org/

2015 Camp Pendleton Preparedness Articles:
Evacuation Plans and Emergency Preparedness Kits
Fire Prevention Measures and Reinforcing Notification Procedures
Base-wide evacuation procedures and pre-evacuation tips
Camp Pendleton and off-base assets remain ready to fight wildland fires
Emergency Preparedness  


Planning for an Earthquake
  
(Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) Links)
How to prepare for an Earthquake (627KB .PDF)
Register at shakeout.org

MCIW - MCB Camp Pendleton Information
Individual and Family Planning 


Shelter In Place
Shelter In Place Procedures (Click image to view video)


San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS)

Safety & Emergency Planning During SONGS Decommissioning