Impacts of Recent California Earthquakes on Residential Buildings - Location of Damaged Buildings
Based on Data from Shaken Awake! Report

In this 1996 ABAG study, ABAG staff collected data on the location of residential buildings that were red-tagged or yellow-tagged as uninhabitable following the 1989 Loma Prieta and 1994 Northridge earthquakes. The folowing for maps show the general location of those heavily damaged structures.

The last link is to a graph of peak shelter population over time developed, in part, with data from the American Red Cross.

Location of Housing Red-Tagged as Uninhabitable in the Loma Prieta Earthquake
Location of Housing Yellow-Tagged as Limited Entry in the Loma PrietaEarthquake
Location of Housing Red-Tagged as Uninhabitable in the Northridge Earthquake
Location of Housing Yellow-Tagged as Limited Entry in the Northridge Earthquake
Graph of Peak Shelter Population in the Northridge Earthquake
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ABAG, the Association of Bay Area Governments, is the regional planning and services agency for the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area.

This page was last updated 9/29/03 by jbp.