Orange County Emergency Operations Center (Also known as the Loma Ridge Emergency Operations Center), California

The Emergency Management department of Orange County exists to coordinate control in the event of a major local disaster, such as an earthquake, terrorist attack, or accident at the San Onofre nuclear power plant. The command center for such events is this hilltop facility, visible from many points in the eastern parts of the County, on top of Loma Ridge. In addition to extensive communication capabilities, the EOC has stores of fuel, food and water, and can serve 140 emergency authorities in self-contained mode for up to two weeks. It is also a county police 911 call center.