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Breaking News: Immediate Evacuation near Willow Pass Road and Pointsettia Lane in Bay Point due to a Gas Leak

Last updated: October 17, 2018, 11:53 pm

Due to natural gas leak, an immediate evacuation has been ordered in Bay Point between Bailey Road and Loftus Lane and f... Read More ∨

Due to natural gas leak, an immediate evacuation has been ordered in Bay Point between Bailey Road and Loftus Lane and from the railroad tracks south to Hanlon Way. Leave now and go to either the Calvary Temple Church or Pittsburg BART.

Take only those essential items you have ready and can carry with you.

Pets must be in a carrier or on a leash. Lock your windows and doors as you leave.

Stay off the phone unless you need to report a life-threatening emergency at your location. However, if you are physically unable to leave your home unassisted, call 9-1-1 for help. To see a map of the evacuation area, go to

EMS for Children (EMSC)

The Contra Costa EMS for Children (EMSC) Plan has been updated (2009). Input and recommendations on how to improve the care of pediatric patients in our EMS system is included in the new plan. The following documents and links are designed to assist you in supporting Local EMS for Children goals in our community. Thank you for participating in our EMSC Plan review and update process.

Pat Frost, EMS Director

Read the Plan

Contra Costa 2009 EMSC Program Plan Documents - January 1, 2009


EMSC Advisory Committee

The EMSC Advisory Committee consists of multidisciplinary representatives from the Contra Costa EMS community and pediatric community. The committee acts to review and support Contra Costa County EMSC program. The Advisory Committee was formed in 1999 to develop the 2002 Contra Costa EMS Plan. Membership includes representatives from all of our receiving hospitals, pediatricians and pediatric emergency department experts, pre-hospital first responder and transport agencies and community groups. The committee is coordinated by an EMSC coordinator in collaboration with the EMS Medical Director. In 2007 the EMSC Advisory Committee was re-established and reviews issues electronically. EMSC Advisory feedback is appropriately addressed and integrated as part of various groups such as Medical Advisory Committee and Quality Improvement Committee and Facilities. The EMSC Advisory Committee welcomes input and participation from interested parties. For more information contact our office.