Tulare County's Emergencies portal provides information regarding fire and law enforcement departments, and other resources near you. This portal also provides relevant weather related information and Twitter feeds from first response agencies. The County can also notify you of emergencies through our AlertTC system. Please sign up by click on the AlertTC logo in the menu to the left, or click here.

You can follow the County via SMS by texting "Follow County of Tulare' to 40404. Follow us on Twitter @CountyofTulare, and/or Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/countyoftulare/.


2019 Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Tulare County is monitoring the global Coronavirus outreabk.  Learn more from the Tulare County Health & Human Services Agency here.

Sandbag Distribution Locations

During the winter storm and spring runoff seasons, Tulare County makes sandbags available ot the public to help address flooding concerns.  View a list and map of sandbag fill stations here.

Read more here.

Warming Centers

The Tulare County Public Health Emergency Preparedness Program coordinates the operation of Warming Centers throughout the County during the winter months.  Warming Centers are operated voluntarily by their respective owners, as a service to the community. These facilities are equipped with heating, seating, and restrooms, and may also provide vending machines, reading materials, and/or activities. Contact Warming Centers near you to find out what services are offered and the hours of operation. 


Read more here.


Tree Mortality

Since 2012, record drought and record temperatures, have weakened trees throughout California, resulting in millions of acres of failing forestland that then become vulnerable to disease and infestation. Infestation, such as those caused by native bark beetles, have caused tree mortality of epidemic proportions.

The scale of tree mortality in California contributes to significantly increased wildfire risks, and presents life safety risks due to falling trees that can injure or kill people.

Due to these increased risks, California and Tulare County have proclaimed states of emergency for tree mortality.

Read more here.