Previous Disaster Proclamations

State Emergency Proclamations for California

State of Emergency Supporting Twenty-one Additional Counties Due to Storms
Declared: 3/8/2023

State of Emergency in Thirteen Counties Due to Winter Storms
Declared: 3/1/2023

State of Emergency and Mobilization of State Government Ahead of Winter Storms
Declared: 1/08/2023

State of Emergency to Support Response to Humboldt County Earthquake
Declared: 12/20/2022

State of Emergency to Support Communities Recovering from Wildfires During Exteme Heat Wave
Declared: 9/19/2022

State of Emergency in Riverside, El Dorado, and Placer Counties Due to Fires
Declared: 9/8/2022

State of Emergency in Siskiyou County as State Secures Federal Assistance to Support Mill Fire Response
Declared: 9/02/2022

State of Emergency in Siskiyou County Due to McKinney and Other Fires
Declared: 7/30/2022

State of Emergency in Mariposa County Due to Oak Fire
Declared: 7/23/2022


For State of Emergency proclamations issued prior to 2022, please visit the Proclamations page of the Governor's Office website.


Federal Disaster Proclamations for California

California Severe Winter Storms, Flooding, Landslides, and Mudslides (DR-4683-CA)
Incident Period: December 27, 2022-January 31, 2023
Major Disaster Declaration declared on January 14, 2023

For additional information see: Cal OES Wildfire Resources & Information


For OHP database or contact information on counties impacted by the above listed disasters:

California Historical Resources Information System (CHRIS)

California Certified Local Government Coordinators