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Disaster and Citizens Corps Council

Staffing

Disaster and Citizens Corps Council
Therese Gorostiza
Office of Emergency Services
(415) 473-6586

Administered By

County of Marin

Purpose/Duties

To review, evaluate, and communicate to decision makers and the public on all matters pertaining to disaster preparedness.

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Qualifications

1 County Supervisor as Director and 1 County Supervisor as Alternate Director; 1 consumer representative appointed from each supervisory district (5); 1 At Large; 1 County Health and Human Services representative; 1 County Public Works representative; 1 representative of Marin County Council of Mayors and Councilmembers; 1 Marin Managers Association representative; 1 Fire Chiefs’ Association representative; 1 Police Chiefs’ Association representative; 1 representative of the Marin County Interagency Disaster Coalition; 1 Office of Education representative; 1 Emergency Medical Care Committee representative or emergency medical services administrator; 1 Marin Economic Forum representative; 1 representative of the Marin County Office of the American Red Cross, Bay Area Chapter; 1 Marin Transit representative; 1 Access and Functional Needs representative and 1 Marin County Special Districts representative.

Term Length

2 years

Number of Members

Twenty-two members

Reimbursements For Expenses/Per Diem

Time and Day of Meetings

At the call of the chair, usually once each quarter. For information, please call 473-6584.

How to Apply

Applications may be obtained from the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, Room 329, Administration Building, Marin Civic Center (415-473-7331), or access the Application online.


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