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Crown Harbor Homeowner Association

Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)

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Headcount

  • After a disaster, the chart reflects the numbers of men, women, children, and pets that need to be accounted for. This is an example of why having an accurate CERT community roster, prior to a disaster, is important.

  • The CC&Rs require that landlords notify the Board when a tenant vacates or starts a new lease. A correct CERT list is another reason for this policy.

4 teams

Neighborhoods

The CERT has detailed Neighborhood Disaster Readiness (NDR) plans for 4 neighborhoods of Crown Harbor.
  • NDR handouts were distributed in August/September 2013. This information should be reviewed in advance, since the website will not be available in the event of a disaster.

  • One change from the previous NDR efforts was that each of the 4 neighborhoods has a designated meeting spot. Doing so will result in a more orderly process than having one location where community members from all 76 units gather.

  • Each neighborhood will break into the 4 teams (listed below) and perform the duties just for their neighborhood (i.e., their part of Crown Harbor). This will be faster as all 4 neighborhoods will be done in parallel with no duplication of effort.

  • A comprehensive plan is available to volunteers: Crown Harbor Emergency Response Team Information Handout - CERT Volunteers. Residents can use the plans specific to their neighborhoods. The passwords on these plans are the same as the password used for the Crown Harbor Directory.

  • The emergency response supplies are located in the homes of team members, at neighborhood care centers, and in the community earthquake shed.

neighborhood 1

Upper Crown Drive

neighborhood 2

Lower Crown Drive

neighborhood 3

Queens Road

neighborhood 4

Kings Road


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