The purpose of this geologic hazard map is to show you where all of the landslides are located in the City of Anaheim. We are presently starting with the most disastrous; the Santiago Landslide, located in Anaheim Hills.
All of the information I am putting up on this website is information that is currently being hidden from you by the present and past city fathers of Anaheim. What I am doing as an individual could and should have been done if our political leaders were moral and honest; if our political leaders were working for us rather than being under the umbrella of large corporations; if our political leaders were not taking ‘perks’ and defending such defenseless behavior to the detriment of the citizens of Anaheim.
NOTE: If you would like to purchase a copy of this Anaheim landslide map, it can be ordered from:
State of California Resources Agency
Department of Conservation
California Division of Mines and Geology
Room 1065, 1st Floor
107 South Broadway
Los Angeles, California 90012
The publication number is: OFR95-11 -- Map No. 34
The cost is $10.00
According to Pam Irvine, at the Department of Mining and Geology, Governor Pete Wilson has now stopped all funding to the Landslide Hazard Department -- which has been completely disbanded. All future landslide mapping has been eliminated! What this means is that real estate interests are being put ahead of public safety.
Isn't it ironic that we have plenty of money to map MARS -- but no money to map ORANGE COUNTY!