Past CADRE Activations

City of San Jose Coyote Creek Flooding – February 2017

Activation Executive Summary

Update: 03/24/17 @10:30am — CADRE has officially de-activated the Network’s coordination efforts for the City of San Jose Coyote Creek Flooding


CADRE Coordinating Agencies and team members are now positioned to continue their efforts in coordination with the City as the event moves past the initial response and relief activities into intermediate planning and actions.

SAVE THE DATE of May 5th, 2017:

CADRE Leadership Team members are continuing to work with the City’s Recovery Action Coordination Team on a community-wide event aimed at Long Term Recovery planning and coordination efforts scheduled for May 5th.  More information will be forthcoming as soon as it becomes available.

If you have questions in the meantime, you may contact the CADRE Duty Officer by phone or email.


Update: 03/21/17 — CADRE InterAgency Coordination Meeting – Friday March 24th from 9am to 10:30am

Click here to Register to attend

Click here for Meeting Agenda


Update: 03/09/17 — Next CADRE InterAgency Coordination Call – Thursday 03/16/17 at 10am

If you would like to receive an email notification for this meeting and previous call notes, please email the CADRE Duty Office (see address above) and request to be added to the San Jose Flood Recovery Group Roster for CADRE.


Update: 03/06/17 — CADRE InterAgency Call held on 03/09/17

See details below for WebEx info to connect to the call.

March 9, 2017 InterAgency Coordination Meeting Agenda

For information on SJ Flood Relief Efforts

See information available on the City of San Jose’s website and subscribe as follows to the bulletin

Go to www.sanJosé and select “2017 Coyote Creek Flood Recovery” bulletin under News Flash.


Update: 03/03/17 — CADRE InterAgency Coordination Conference call scheduled for Thursday March 9, 2017 from 10:00 to 11:30am.

Click here for proposed Meeting Agenda TBD

Join WebEx meeting
Meeting number (access code): 802 536 780
Meeting password: CADREhelp1
Join by phone
1-866-469-3239 Call-in toll-free number (US/Canada)
1-650-429-3300 Call-in toll number (US/Canada)


Update: 02/28/17 — CADRE InterAgency Coordination Meeting Notes and Info

Click here for Meeting Notes

Download CADRE Team Rosters *– includes contact info for Coordinating and Lead Agencies for the following teams:

  • Disaster Case Management – Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County
  • Food Sourcing and Distribution — Second Harvest Food Bank
  • Donations – Goodwill of Silicon Valley
  • Access and Functional Needs – Silicon Valley Independent Living Center
  • Clean Up / Muck Out – Team Rubicon and California Southern Baptist
  • Mental Health – BWC Center for Living with Dying and American Red Cross
  • Volunteer Coordination – City of San Jose

*updated 030117


San Jose Local Assistance Center website

Volunteer Opportunities Registration Website

211 Information Submission Form

CADRE Team Report

ICS 211B-CHECK-IN Form for Volunteers and Staff

FloodRelief_ResourceList_English    Spanish   Vietnamese (pending)

First Steps After a Flood – United Policyholders           Legal Rights of Tenants

Informational flyers on SJ Flood Relief in English, Spanish and Vietnamese – Catholic Charities

National VOAD Long Term Recovery Guide – National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster

Long Term Recovery (LTR) Quick Reference Guide – National VOAD


UPDATE: 02/26/17 — First CADRE InterAgency Coordination Meeting 02-28-17

This first meeting is now scheduled for Tuesday February 28th from 11am to 1pm at Franklin McKinley School District Board Room located at 645 Wool Creek Drive in San Jose.

Register to attend in person by clicking this link CADRE InterAgency Meeting 022817

Room is limited to 100 people.

If you cannot attend in person, we have set up the following conference line for other interested agencies to participate by phone:

Conference Line: 877-411-9748       PIN: 915321#

Click on the Registration link for more details on the meeting purpose, objectives and proposed agenda.

Meeting Handouts:

February 28, 2017 Meeting Agenda

Community Resources for San Jose Flooding graphic

Team Roster and Priorities worksheet

CADRE ICS214 Unit Log


UPDATE: 2/24/17 @ 0727 hrs CADRE Activated by City of San Jose

CADRE has been activated by the City of San Jose to support their Local Assistance Center for flood victims.  We are working with the City to identify the exact needs and what organizations to request.  Conference calls are being scheduled.  If you have urgent questions, email  Information will be posted here as it is received.


February 21, 2017 — We are monitoring the situation with the flooding in San Jose.  At this time, CADRE has not yet been activated by either the City of San Jose or Santa Clara County.

For cities and local jurisdictions — Should you wish to activate the CADRE network and/or community based resources are needed, please contact the CADRE Duty Officer by phone or email using the following information:

CADRE Duty Officer phone: (408) 622-0822

CADRE Duty Officer email:

For CADRE members — please stand by and be ready to assess what resources you may be able to provide to assist with the needs of the impacted community.  In the meantime, we highly recommend you refresh your understandings of CADRE’s Operational Protocols provided under the tab to the right of this section so you will be familiar with the process for information sharing and CADRE resource coordination.

Disaster Donations –Silicon Valley Community Foundation has opened the San Jose Flood Victims Relief Fund, which will support nonprofit organizations providing immediate and long-term relief and recovery assistance to flood victims in San Jose.  See Helping Flood Victims in San Jose

We also share the following link  Disaster Donations — What Not To Do


Sunnyvale Twin Pines Manor Apartments April 19th, 2016

The CADRE Network was formally activated on April 19th, 2016 at the request of the Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety to support victims of fire at the Twin Pines Manor Apartments. Based upon the status of the response efforts for this event, CADRE Leadership, in consultation with the City of Sunnyvale’s Office of Emergency Services, has formally deactivated CADRE Network operations for this event as of May 18, 2016.

CADRE thanks the many agencies who stepped forward as part of the Network’s inter agency coordination meetings, conference calls and requests for support and resources for the approximately 76 families displaced by this large apartment fire.



Off Agenda Board of Supervisors report–Twin Pines Fire 5-18-16

Red Cross letter May 11, 2016

Summary prepared for Sunnyvale City Council

Sunnyvale Community Services Flyer-Apartment Fire-5-19-16

Should you know of resources to meet this need, please contact:

Marie Barlahan at 408 738-4321 X 205.




Superbowl 50 2016 planning and activities

CADRE staff was on shift at the Santa Clara County’s Emergency Operations Center as requested on the following days in support of planning and response coordinations:

Monday February 1 from 2pm to 10pm

Friday February 5 from 2pm to 10pm

Saturday February 6 from 10am to 10pm

Sunday February 7 from 10am to 10pm


CADRE staff and leadership were available to coordinate with our members’ and community based resources and requests as needed.


Hurricane Katrina  Support of evacuees relocated to San Jose

On August 29th, 2005, in response to the devestating aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, The Volunteer Center of Silicon Valley activated the Santa Clara County Emergency Volunteer Operations Center to hanfle spontaneous volunteer phone calls and to provide a point of contact for the public and local agencies. As mass evacuations expanded beyond the areas surrounding the Gulf Region, the City of San Jose offfice of Emergency Services requested The Volunteer Center to activate the CADRE Network on Sept 1, 2005


Cold Weather   2007 activation of volunteers to reach out and assist the homeless community

In response to the Cold Weather Emergency in Santa Clara County, the Volunteer Center of Silicon Valley is recruited volunteers who helped alert our homeless population that Emergency Shelters have opened and are operating under Extended Hours.

Red Cross Silicon Valley Logo

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