Los Gatos Disaster & Recovery Services
Los Gatos California, located south of San Francisco, is a suburban community in San Jose. Incorporated into the community in 1887, Los Gatos was nicknamed “Cat’s Corner” by early settlers due to the screams of mountain lions prowling in the night. One of Santa Clara’s oldest communities, Los Gatos features wooded hills, creeks, and flat topography just alongside the technological hub of Silicon Valley. Nestled between the Santa Clara Valley and the Santa Cruz mountains, Los Gatos offers a beautiful natural landscape and a growing economy.
Los Gatos features several entertainment opportunities for residents and visitors. For intellectuals, the New Museum Los Gatos features locally connected and globally relevant exhibits and lectures. Foodies can stop at Cafe Los Gatos for a delicious breakfast in a quaint brick cafe, sample wines and oils in We Olive and Wine Bar, then round out the night at Steamer’s Grillhouse for an All-American meal. Visitors seeking outdoor adventures enjoy the Castle Rock Falls, the Vasona Lake county park, and outdoor rock climbing in the Castle Rock park. Between the bustling downtown and the deep valley floor, visitors can find much to do in Los Gatos.
Rich in history and culture, Los Gatos is home to approximately 30,000 residents and draws visitors from every corner of the United States.
Los Gatos Disaster Recovery offers comprehensive disaster response services to help you and your family prepare for and recover from all kinds of disasters.
Expertise You Can Trust
Our team of experienced professionals use the latest technologies to help you protect your homes, businesses, and families from the devastating effects of natural disasters. We provide comprehensive plans to ensure that you are prepared for any disaster.
We provide a wide range of services, from evacuation planning to post-disaster recovery. We can help you identify potential risks and create strategies to mitigate them. Our team will also help you with insurance claims and rebuild your homes after a disaster.