Staten Island Community Organizations Active in Disaster

Did you feel it?!

From Staten Island COAD


to Local Earthquake Activity

From Staten Island COAD Follow Up to Local Earthquake Activity. Staten Islanders can report earthquake activity to the United States Geological Survey (USGS) here. Why bother? The SI COAD always wants to make sure our borough is represented in data collection and considerations for support. The USGS creates maps that show what people experienced and the extent of damage.

Click the link to learn plenty more about USGS and earthquake activity in our area and beyond.

Updates from NYC
NYCEM encourages residents to visit for tips on what to do before, during, and after an earthquake, and information as to how the City of New York responds to these incidents.
The Mayor’s Office is continuing to monitor potential impacts. View Mayor Adams’s briefing from earlier today here.
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