Welcome to the New Cupertino.org
Welcome to the City of Cupertino’s redesigned website. Explore our new look and structure, which reflect the priorities and values of our local government and community. Check out our new and updated content.
The old website, which served us well for many years, has been retired to make way for this fresh approach to the City’s internet presence.
We’d love to hear your comments and feedback on the new Cupertino.org via our Website Redesign Satisfaction Survey as we work to continually improve the site to give you the info and tools that you need.
Cupertino is Prepared to Respond
The EOP assigns responsibility to City departments and partner agencies, while describing how people and property will be protected. It also clarifies the four phases of emergency management:
Pre-event planning and actions that aim to lessen the occurrence or effects of potential disaster. This could include improving building codes and conducting public education.
Planning how to respond to a disaster by updating and maintaining plans such as the EOP. Preparedness also includes exercising those plans and ensuring we have a proper emergency notification system in place.
Activities that address the direct effects of an incident and immediate actions to save lives and protect property. Training staff to perform emergency operation functions is critical to responding to hazards created by a disaster.
The activities following a disaster to return the community back to normal.
The updated EOP will be brought to City Council for adoption on June 18, 2019. To view the EOP, please visit www.cupertino.org/agenda and download the City Council Meeting agenda for June 18.