Several types of facilities are critical to the functioning of our region after disasters and during the recovery process. The exposure of four types of facilities to various hazards. This data can be viewed using this interactive database.
Health-related facilities (based on a list of licensed facilities from the California Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development)
Schools (location information on public and private K-12 schools, community colleges, colleges, and universities based on a combination of addresses from Thomas Bros. and the individual facilities)
Critical facilities (owned by cities, counties, and special districts other than K-12 school districts)
Highway and road structures, including freeway interchanges, small bridges over creeks, and toll bridges (location information based on data from Caltrans)
Critical Facilities Exposure
This data was used in the 2005 Local Hazard Mitigation Plan. Select a hazard, county, and city to view the data.
View 2010 data of Critical Facilities in Hazard Areas used in the 2010 Local Hazard Mitigation Plan.