Healthy City Initiative Program

Healthy City Initiative Program Welcome to the Healthy City! In 2007 the Emeryville Chamber of Commerce launched its landmark Healthy City Initiative (HCI) Program. The Initiative is an ambitious plan designed to foster a healthy, vibrant, strong and safe community by promo

The Healthy City Initiative Program is a wholly-owned program of the Emeryville Chamber of Commerce in Emeryville, California, USA.

The Healthy City Initiative Program is a wholly-owned program of the Emeryville Chamber of Commerce in Emeryville, California, USA.

Mission: The Initiative is an ambitious plan designed to foster a healthy, vibrant, strong and safe community by promoting seven core values which the entire community can share and endorse. Each of the seven core values will involve linkages and connections to business, government, educational institutions, non-profit organizations, and individuals, with the Chamber of Commerce serving as the central distribution point for information, ideas, HCI events and activities.

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Every business should have an emergency preparedness plan!http://www.ready.gov/business
01/23/2015
Business | Ready.gov

Every business should have an emergency preparedness plan!

http://www.ready.gov/business

Businesses can do much to prepare for the impact of the many hazards they face in today’s world including natural hazards like floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes and widespread serious illness such as the H1N1 flu virus pandemic. Human-caused hazards include accidents, acts of violence by pe…

12/18/2014

Here is what Google said in naming Emeryville the "Digital Capital of California:"

The City of Emeryville is located on the east shore of the San Francisco Bay. The city has a thriving business community that houses companies ranging from small retail stores to large technology firms, including many studio spaces for artists and animators.

We're  due for "The Big One" here in the Bay Area too. What they are doing in L.A. is a good idea:http://news.yahoo.com/...
12/12/2014
How Los Angeles plans to survive the Big One

We're due for "The Big One" here in the Bay Area too. What they are doing in L.A. is a good idea:

http://news.yahoo.com/how-los-angeles-plans-to-survive-the-big-one-215317117.html

As the driving force behind a report on earthquake preparedness, Lucy Jones may one day be remembered as the crusader who did more to save the quake-prone city of Los Angeles than anyone else. First by showing people that the Big One could be 1,000 times worse than they think — and now by showing th…

There is an emerging body of economic development literature espousing the key roles that cities, in partnerships with t...
12/03/2014
Why Cities Must Make Learning Part of Their Job (or Risk the Consequences) | PublicCEO

There is an emerging body of economic development literature espousing the key roles that cities, in partnerships with their businesses and Chambers of Commerce, will play in the coming years to create jobs, opportunities, and wealth for their citizens. A 21st-Century curriculum is a key part of this process. Here is just one example:

http://www.publicceo.com/2014/11/why-cities-must-make-learning-part-of-their-job-or-risk-the-consequences/

A book released this fall by education advocate Tom Vander Ark spells out why learning is essential to the health of cities.Smart Cities That Work for Everyone: 7 Keys to Education & Employment discusses the importance learning has on the health of cities and provides a framework for action and tool…

11/14/2014
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Some good advice from the US Department of Homeland Security:

http://emilms.fema.gov/IS909/assets/13_RxForReadiness.pdf

Do you have plans in place so that you, your family and your business can survice "The Big One"?http://www.bizjournals.c...
10/13/2014
RMS study: "Big One" could devastate Bay Area economy, cause $200 billion in insured losses -...

Do you have plans in place so that you, your family and your business can survice "The Big One"?

http://www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/blog/2014/10/rms-study-earthquake-bay-area-economy.html?ana=e_du_pub&s=article_du&ed=2014-10-13&u=iXlbNYZyZGtiukXgl+51hw00375832&t=1413242399

As the Loma Prieta anniversary looms, a new report warns that a huge Bay Area earthquake on the San Andreas fault could cause $200 billion in insured damages, a figure that doesn't include uninsured homes and businesses, public buildings and key infrastructure elements like bridges, freeways, and da…

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Affiliation with the Chamber's Healthy City Initiative Program is available to any Emeryville Chamber of Commerce member in good standing at NO EXTRA CHARGE beyond maintaining your membership in the Chamber. Contact the Chamber office at 510-652-5223 or [email protected] for information.

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