Office of Emergency Management

Community Preparedness Back Pack
The City of Temecula's Office of Emergency Management (OEM) is proud to sponsor the City's first ever Community Preparedness Backpack Program. We have teamed up with Ready America, Inc. to get YOU prepared with your very own custom emergency kit designed specifically for you to respond in the event of an emergency. This kit includes your basic lifesaving essentials as well as important information from the Temecula Citizen Corps (TCC) on what to do in the event of a disaster. 

Each kit will sell for $45.99 and includes items such as: drinking water, a 4-in-1 gas and water shutoff tool, gloves, first aid kit, and a disaster radio with flashlight and cell phone charger. 
Your kit can be ordered online HERE or purchased in person from City Hall. All you need to do is come down, see the front desk and tell them you are here to purchase a backpack. For online orders, once we reach our pre-order threshold, we will place our order from the vendor and will call you to schedule a time and a date to pick up from the Community Recreation Center (CRC) where one of our TCC CERT Team Members will meet you to provide you with your pack and other preparedness information. 

Safety has never been more important! This kit will help get you, your family, and friends prepared to respond immediately to an emergent need. Take the first step now to get PREPARED and let's make Temecula a Disaster Ready and Disaster Resilient community. 

What We Do

The City of Temecula Office of Emergency Management (OEM) coordinates the emergency mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery services to the residents of the City of Temecula with the appropriate City agencies and external partners. This typically occurs in our Emergency Operations Center (EOC) and efforts are guided by the Emergency Operations Plan (EOP), which is reviewed annually and updated every three years. Through outreach, our office encourages residents to become more disaster ready and disaster resilient to ensure they are prepared for emergencies. We also manage the City's Alert and Warning Program, Temecula ALERT, to ensure residents of this community are informed during an emergency. 

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Cooling Centers

In an effort to protect, guide and support our communities during these hot summer months cooling centers have been set up across the County. For the City of Temecula, the Mary Phillips Senior Center (MPSC) is the city designated cooling location. There are now a total of 67 fully activated Cool Centers around the region. The updated directories are posted and available HERE.

Please remember to stay hydrated throughout the day. 

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More Important Numbers

Agency Address Phone
American Medical Response (AMR)
Ambulance (Non-Emergency)
California Highway Patrol (CHP)
Temecula Station (685)
Rainbow Inspection Facility (686)

27685 Commerce Center Drive
47950 Northbound Highway 15

Fire Department
See Staff Directory for More Information
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Police Department
Old Town Storefront
Promenade Mall Storefront

28690 Mercedes Street
40820 Winchester Road, Suite 2020

Riverside County Sheriff's Department
Southwest Station (Non-Emergency)
30755-A Auld Road, Murrieta
U.S. Customs and Border Protection
Temecula Station
43136 Rancho Way


Hospital Name
Address Phone
Temecula Valley Hospital
31700 Temecula Parkway
Inland Valley Medical Center
36485 Inland Valley Drive, Wildomar
Rancho Springs Medical Center
25500 Medical Center Drive, Murrieta