Pursuant to California Government Code Sections 8588.2 and 8657.5, the California Liability Registry was developed to enable the state to provided limited liability protection to private businesses and nonprofit organizations that are interested in donating services, goods, labor, equipment resources, dispensaries, or other facilities at no cost to state governmental entities or the victims of emergencies and disasters.
Registration in this program does not obligate a business or nonprofit organization to donate. Participants in this registry are encouraged to carefully review the law and consult with their legal counsel. The liability protection provided by participation in this registry is limited and creates no rights or obligations upon the California Emergency Management Agency (Cal EMA), the State of California, its officials, or employees. Also, the protection afforded by participation in this registry requires compliance with all statutory requirements that apply.
1. Questions and Answers
2. Enter the Cal EMA Liability Registry site.
3. Contact Us
For questions regarding the Liability Registry, please see the contact information below:
California Emergency Management Agency
Office of Infrastructure Protection
3650 Schriever Avenue
Mather, CA 95655
Telephone Number: (916) 845-8510
Web Site: www.calema.ca.gov
Critical Infrastructure Protection Division Chief
Critical Infrastructure Protection Program Analyst
The California Resiliency Alliance (CRA) has developed a database of pre-identified private sector resources available to emergency management officials in time of emergency, on either a voluntary or paid basis. To learn more about the California Resilience Alliance Disaster Asset Registry (CRADAR), please click here.