About Us


The Fire and Earthquake Safety Expo is an annual event that has been held since 2021 to help Sonoma County and nearby residents be better prepared for and respond to wildfires and earthquakes. The first two expos were hosted by Northern Sonoma County CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) and Cloverdale Citrus Fair at the Cloverdale Citrus Fairgrounds, Cloverdale, CA. During the 2022 Expo, residents talked with emergency responders, received hands-on training, watched safety demonstrations, browsed about 75 exhibits, experienced Henry 1 helicopter in action, enjoyed a free breakfast and lunch, and received a free weather radio.

We are excited to host the Expo at the Cloverdale Citrus Fairgrounds on Sunday, May 19, 2024. We invite you to join us in making this event the largest ever!  


Fire and Earthquake Safety Expo


Sunday, May 19, 2024, 10 am to 3 pm
Cloverdale Citrus Fairgrounds


  • Help Organize the 2024 Expo
  • Become a Sponsor
  • Donate
  • Be an Exhibitor
  • Volunteer at the Event

Contact us to find out how You can help bring emergency preparedness to Sonoma County

Thanks to All Who Make the Expo Possible

These events have always been free to our community thanks to our sponsors, donors, and grant funding. We want to also thank our numerous volunteers who help before and during the events. Without the generous donations of cash, in-kind, and volunteer hours, it would not be possible for us to help Sonoma County be more resilient and ready. To volunteer during the 2024 Expo, visit http://bit.ly/Expo2024Volunteer. We are looking for greeters, giveaway and info booth attendants, “victims” for the rescue simulation and more.

Expo Demonstrations from 2021, 2022 and 2023
Expo Demonstrations from 2021, 2022 and 2023

Read About Our 2021 Event

Something for the entire family!

Two mothers supervise as children play with large foam blocks in a room set aside for them
Woman at counter gives two emergency radios to an attendee of a previous Expo. Each radio can be powered by a small solar panel on top or a hand crank on the side.