Emergency Information

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  • There is an AED (automated external defibrillator) located in the  Clubhouse next to the sliding door to the pool area.

  • For after-hours emergencies that do not come under the scope of the appropriate authorities (Police, Fire, etc.), but are related to the CSBC common property, call Frank Covacevich at (916) 996-8533 or email [email protected]

  • Stay Far Away from Seal pups. Mother Seals will leave pups on the beach while they feed often for hours as a time. When they return, if people or dogs are near the pups’ moms will not approach and in some cases, may abandon their offspring. https://mmi.oregonstate.edu/ommsn


In 2015, Coronado Shores Beach Club partnered with the Depoe Bay Fire Department. The Fire Department purchased a shipping container (cache) and installed it outside the designated Tsunami Danger Zone.  The cache is located at the Community Assembly Area at the South End of Palisades near the Lancer Street entrance. With donations from community members, the cache was filled with water barrels, medical supplies, tools, temporary shelters, and other miscellaneous supplies for use in an emergency.

Not every emergency would require it, but community members should know that in case of a Tsunami or an Earthquake, when safely possible, all members of the household should make their way to the Community Assembly Area.

The blue "Circle A" assembly signs located throughout the community, at the intersection of Balboa and Palisades, at El Mar and Hacienda, at Coronado and Hacienda, at Shore and Palisades, and at El Mar and Shore, direct people to the Community Assembly Area, the cache location.

In an emergency, when leaving the house, all members of the household should bring a "https://www.ready.gov/kit" bag, an already packed and portable supply kit that includes each member's specific needs including medications. It should also include items to provide warmth and shelter from the elements, a flashlight, a whistle, food, and a water filter. It should be able to sustain household members for at least three days. 

In addition to the Grab-and-Go" bags, community members should be prepared to https://www.ready.gov/shelter .  Households should keep a well-stocked pantry of food, water, and medical supplies which would sustain them for an extended period of time until the emergency has subsided or until first responders have arrived.



Recommended for all community members:
Lincoln Alerts Emergency Notifications (a free service providing phone call and text emergency notifications):  https://www.co.lincoln.or.us/789/Lincoln-Alerts

Booklets, pamphlets, and community specific resources are available at the Clubhouse or Visit:

Great Oregon Shakeout: https://www.shakeout.org/oregon/

Federal Guidelines: www.ready.gov/earthquakes

Local Area Recommendations: Lincoln County Emergency Preparedness Recommendations
Tsunami Emergency Map: https://lincoln.k12.or.us/media/2018/03/TsunamiHazardMapGlenedenBchLincolnBchDepoeBay.pdf


Emergency Cache Members:
We thank you for your unwavering and continued support

Brad Anderson John Larsell
David Boots Bobbe Marshal
Michelle Boots John Marshal
Frank Covacevich Carol Rupnow
Eric Eickemeyer Steve Rupnow
Issy Gaona Dennis Russell
Janel Gifford Karen Shafer
Dan Holm Eric Vellozzi
Mona Johnson Rick Young

When to call 911 and other emergency contact information and phone numbers. See file in link. 

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