Be resilient

The goal of the Resiliency Maps project is to build a replicable process that anyone can use to build their own maps. It’s a simple step to engaging in the future of your family and your community.

It started life as a community project in San Francisco, with a small group of volunteers using tools to map the large, rapidly changing South of Market neighborhood with a view to the next earthquake. Like us, you may have a group where tech savvy and time commitments can be at odds. We’ve tested out ways to make these maps using pencil and paper, smartphone apps, third-party tools and have written tutorials so you can try them out, too.

Natural disasters will just keep coming — but we can arm ourselves with knowledge.

Sign up for our mailing list  for ways to get involved in Resiliency Maps, check out the blog for tools you can use and follow @resiliencymaps on Twitter.