EOC Seaview Incident and Additional Storm Related Impacts


On January 3, 2023, the City Manager, in her capacity as Director of Emergency Services, proclaimed a local emergency due to heavy flooding from severe winter storms and a geologic hazard/landslide on the slope above the Seacliff development in Richmond. Additional storm related incidents include Wastewater Treatment Plant rock fall hazard, Fairview Drive/Caltrans drainage incident, fallen trees and deterioration of roads Citywide.

City Council Actions:

Tuesday, January 17, 2023
RECEIVE a presentation from the City of Richmond Emergency Operations Center (EOC) regarding the status of the Emergency Operations Center as of January 11, 2023 – Fire Department.

Attachment 1 – EOC Status Update: PowerPoint (PDF)

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Monday, January 09, 2023
ADOPT a resolution ratifying the proclamation of a local emergency in the City of Richmond issued by the city manager (Director of Emergency Services) on January 3, 2023, due to heavy rains, flooding, and a large landslide on a hillside on Seaview Drive that forced the evacuation of residents in the impacted area 

  • Attachment 1 - Proclamation Declaring a Local Emergency
  • Attachment 2 - Resolution Ratifying the Proclamation Declaring a Local Emergency 
  • PowerPoint (PDF)

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