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Emergency Notification System And El Niño

Published: January 15, 2016

CSULB is preparing for the potential impacts of El Niño related storms this winter. Recent forecasts predict that we can expect up to twice the normal amount of rainfall in Southern California, which may have a great impact on campus operations and transportation.

Hopefully, there will be no need to issue an emergency alert, but all students, faculty and staff are asked to take a moment to log into their MyCSULB account and ensure their contact information is up to date (login to MyCSULB).

Additional Information:

Latest El Niño Briefing for Southern California – National Weather Service YouTube Channel
CSULB Flood Emergency Guide
CSULB Family Emergency Planning
Sign up for City Emergency Alerts (Alert Long Beach)

Any questions or concerns can be forwarded to our campus Assistant Emergency Management and Preparedness Coordinator Allyson Joy at 562/985-4896.