Thursday, July 7, 2011

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San Onofre Nuclear Waste Generating Station Emergency Planning Zone (EPZ)


The federal government requires that communities within approximately ten miles of a nuclear power plant be included in an Emergency Planning Zone. Within this zone, specific emergency protective plans have been developed.

Emergency response information about San Onofre is available from community and county offices near the plant including on city websites, at city halls and at city and county offices of emergency services. In addition, information is available from federal emergency response agencies.





City of San Clemente
(949) 361-8200
www.san-clemente.org
City of San Juan Capistrano
(949) 493-1171
www.sanjuancapistrano.org
City of Dana Point
(949) 248-3500
www.danapoint.org
Orange County Sheriff’s Emergency Management
(714) 628-7054
(714) 647-7000 (24-hour)
www.readyoc.org
San Diego County Office of Emergency Services
(858) 565-3490
www.sdcounty.ca.gov/oes
Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton
(760) 725-6283
(760) 725-5061
www.cpp.usmc.mil
American Red Cross
(714) 481-5300 (24-hour)
www.oc-redcross.org
www.prepare.org
Capistrano Unified School District
(949) 234-9200
www.capousd.org
California State Parks
(949) 492-0802
www.parks.ca.gov
California Emergency Management Agency
(916) 845-8400
www.oes.ca.gov
California Department of Public Health
(916) 449-5577
www.cdph.ca.gov
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
(800) 368-5642
www.nrc.gov
US Department of Homeland Security
(800) BE-READY
www.ready.gov
Federal Emergency Management Agency
(510) 627-7100
www.fema.gov

Public Education Zone (PEZ)

The State of California has defined a broader area between 10-20 miles from a plant as a Public Education Zone. Within this zone, the public is informed on preparedness plans. The distance from the plant, however, would make evacuation highly unlikely.

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  Alliance for Nuclear Responsibly www.A4NR.org