Are You Prepared?http://72hours.org/
Take the Quake Quiz, and what to do if you are caught in an earthquake. Find out what you would need to make sure you are ready for a disaster of earthquake proportions.
Earthquake Country Alliancehttp://www.earthquakecountry.info/
Although most of this information is directed toward California, emergency preparedness information is good for any region. The site is being expanded to include other states.
Handbooks for earthquake-prone regions, tips from Federal Emergency Management Agency, earthquake drills and more are available here.
Earthquake Preparedness Guidehttp://www.disastercenter.com/guide/earth.html
The Disaster Center has assembled basic earthquake information and resources to inform and prepare in the event of an earthquake, including tips, how to protect your property, and media and communication ideas.
Earthquake Preparedness - Idahohttp://www.accem.org/earthquakeprep.html
Idaho is ranked fifth in the nation for earthquake risk, after California, Alaska, Nevada, and Utah. A roundup of resources is available.
Earthquake Preparedness - Be Ready Utahhttp://beready.utah.gov/beready/earthquakePreparedness.html
Utah has experienced damaging earthquakes in the past and geologic evidence indicates that earthquakes larger than any experienced locally in historical time are likely in the future. A Utah Earthquake Preparedness Guide is available.
Earthquake Preparedness - Yuma County, Ariz.http://www.co.yuma.az.us/index.aspx?page=844
Yuma County borders on two very seismically active areas: Southern California and Baja, Calif. Major quakes in those areas can also affect the Yuma Area, most recently a 7.2 quake in Baja, Calif., on April 4, 2010. An emergency plan and downloadable checklists are provided.
Tips for before, during and after an earthquake are provided, as well as fact sheets, tips and more.
Earthquake Safety Guide
Areavibes offers some useful tips to help keep you and safe.
Earthquake Tips from Los Angeles Fire Departmenthttp://lafd.org/eqbook.pdf
This handy booklet includes tips for during and after an earthquake from the Los Angeles Fire Department, as well as how to prepare for an earthquake.
Earthquakes: Emergency Preparednesshttp://emergency.cdc.gov/disasters/earthquakes/Tips and resources are available for before, during and after an earthquake, including resources for people with special needs, and information for clinicians.
Earthquakes in Washington (state)
The Washington Military Department Emergency Management Division provides information and resources for earthquake preparedness, including historical earthquake information and brochures on hazards and risks.
The Great California Shakeout Drillhttp://www.calema.ca.gov/PlanningandPreparedness/Pages/Earthquake-Preparedness.aspx
The Great California Shakeout Drill is an annual drill that partners statewide agencies with companies and individuals interested in developing their own earthquake preparedness strategy and enable them to learn how to prepare for, survive and recover from an earthquake. Tip sheets are also available for download.
Homep Preparedness - What to do in an Earthquake
An earthquake can strike at any time without warning. Each year, between 70 and 75 earthquakes cause damage around the world. In the United States, a future earthquake could cost up to $200 billion. There are 41 territories and states in the U.S. that fall under moderate to high risk of earthquakes. These territories and states are distributed throughout all of the country.
Illinois Earthquake Informationhttp://www.state.il.us/iema/disaster/earthquake.htm
The state of Illinois, which is affected by the New Madrid seismic zone and the Wabash Valley seismic zone, has rounded up important earthquake resources, including FAQs, an emergency supply checklist and local business, government and school planning guides.
Missouri Earthquake Preparednesshttp://sema.dps.mo.gov/earthquake_preparedness/
Between Dec. 16, 1811 to Feb. 7, 1812, Missouri was rocked by at least three of the largest earthquakes ever to hit the continental United States. See recent earthquake activity of a 1.0 or greater magnitude, and learn about the New Madrid seismic zone, which reaches from Missouri into several other nearby states.