GHADs

About the California Association of GHADs

The 1979 Beverly Act provided for the establishment of Geologic Hazard Abatement Districts (GHADs) as independent public agencies to oversee geologic hazards in defined geographic areas. There are nearly 50 GHADs in California working to prevent, mitigate and abate geologic hazards. Click on the link to see a list of the Board of Directors. The mission statement can be read on the left of this page.

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About Us

Periodically coming together to combine resources, knowledge, and influence will increase the understanding, effectiveness, and power of GHADs in the State. more »

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