We want you to be ready for any kind of disaster. That’s our mission.
Because we know that all of us who live in Cloverdale will have to pull together the moment the next wildfire, earthquake or flood hits.
When we are ready for a disaster, we can stay calm in the face of a disaster.
Who is CloveReady?
But exactly who are “we”?
Who is CloveReady?
We are staff from the Cloverdale Police Department, the City of Cloverdale, and the Chamber of Commerce. And we include a group of concerned community members.
More broadly, we are a “community preparedness” program within a larger initiative called Resilient Cloverdale, which started in 2019.
What is Resilient Cloverdale?
Very briefly, Resilient Cloverdale started after the Kincade Fires as a network of organizations and individuals intent of being smart about the next disaster.
As part of their mission, Resilient Cloverdale drafted a comprehensive strategy to guide the town’s investments in mitigation and preparedness, and to create a vision for its recovery moving forward.
Who is on the Resilient Cloverdale team?
The list is long. Meet all of the organizations and agencies who have contributed to the mission of Resilient Cloverdale:
- Alexander Valley Film Festival
- American Legion/Veteran’s Hall
- California Governor Office of Emergency Services
- Cloverdale Citrus Fair
- City of Cloverdale
- Clover Springs Preparedness
- Cloverdale Health Care District
- Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce
- Cloverdale Fire Protection District
- Cloverdale Historical Society
- Cloverdale Library
- Cloverdale Performing Arts Center
- Cloverdale Police Department
- Cloverdale Rancheria
- Cloverdale Reveille
- Cloverdale Senior Multipurpose Center
Health Action Cloverdale
Kiwanis Club of Cloverdale
Living Water Church
Redwood Credit Union
Rotary Club of Cloverdale
Cloverdale Unified School District
Sonoma County Emergency Services
Supervisor James Gore
Sons of American Legion
St. Vincent de Paul
Sutter Care at Home
The American Red Cross
UC Coop Extension
UCSF Police Department
Villas Assisted Living
WIC Program Alliance Medical Center
More on Resilient Cloverdale
Resilient Cloverdale has 5 Taskforces. Each one focuses on a specific aspect of our community, and works to anticipate their particular needs during a disaster.
- Food Security Taskforce
- LatinX Resilience Taskforce
- Seniors and AFN Taskforce
- Family Resilience Taskforce
- Small Business Taskforce
Local Food Resources
When disaster strikes again, you might need to know where to find food. Here is a list of our local resources and their current (non-disaster) operating hours:
Cloverdale Food Pantry
202 Commercial Street
Food Distribution Fridays 1p.m. to 3 p.m.
Cloverdale Senior Center Connect Program
Food distribution for seniors age 60+ 2nd and 4th Thursday, 12:30 – 1:30 pm (stay in car and staff delivers food). (707) 894-4826.
Groceries to Go program, Tues.12 p.m. in the back parking lot of the Healdsburg Community Center, located at 1557 Healdsburg Avenue. No residency or income requirements and anyone in need of food is welcome.
Meals for Children–
School District is providing meals for children under 18 years of age.
Location finder: https://bit.ly/3awtkat