— A second significant earthquake struck the Humboldt coast at 11:32 p.m. on Sunday evening, with initial estimates from the USGS measuring the second temblor at a magnitude of 4.9, smaller than the earlier quake, and striking at a depth of 1.4 miles, with an epicenter somewhat to the west of the larger tremor, or about 75 miles west of Petrolia. Lo-Res Map (PDF) Assessor Book Boundaries With Fire Hazard Severity Zones. Humboldt State Museum is an excellent place to visit to learn about local wildlife, plants, rocks and fossils.

Affected coastal cities/communities on each map are listed in parentheses. #1188 Is This REALLY Manson's Son?! Large Format Maps of Humboldt County; Map Picture Map Name; 2000 Population Change.

Humboldt Earthquake History - April 5, 2014. HSU Geology Department Earthquake Information. Humboldt Earthquake History - Humboldt County Library on April 5, 2014 in Eureka CA Addeddate 2014-04-10 05:06:40.245037 Closed captioning no Sixty-three years ago today, a large earthquake rocked Humboldt County, with initial damages estimated as high as $2 million. Daze with Jordan the Lion Recommended for you The history of Humboldt County is a rich tale with a varied heritage. 1906 Earthquakes first hand descriptions typed in from the Ferndale Enterprise. Earthquakes in and around Humboldt Bay. As of Monday morning, no tsunamis or damage has been reported. Lo-Res Map (PDF) 2010 Population Change. This whole coastal area experiences greater damage from earthquakes and tsunamis than anywhere else on the Californian coast because of the influence of the Gorda offshore tectonic plate. Click HERE to find out what to do during a tsunami, if you live in, work in, or visit Humboldt County. Lo-Res Map (PDF) Hi-Res Map (6.5MB PDF) Agricultural Preserves. Hear His Story MATTHEW ROBERTS - Travel Vlog (11/8/19) - Duration: 38:33. Humboldt County residents were awakened by the rumblings of 10 earthquakes just off the coast on Sunday night into Monday morning. The first earthquake to hit Sunday night was the largest, hitting 65 miles off the coast of Eureka and measuring in at 5.8 magnitude around 8 pm. From Native Americans to immigrants, from Spaniards to settlers, the County’s early foundations remain evident in its architecture, people and mix of cultural offerings. Humboldt County’s first residents hailed from the Yurok, Karuk, Wiyot, Chilula, Whilkut and Hupa Indian tribes, among others. FERNDALE, California (AP/KSEE/KGPE) — The U.S. Geological Survey reports a 5.5 magnitude quake hit off the coast of Ferndale in Humboldt County around midnight Sunday night. Topics Access Humboldt, California, Humboldt County, Other Contributor Access Humboldt - Eureka California Language English. No word of any damages. A 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck California off the coast of Humboldt County on January 22, 1923. … The 1906 Earthquake: Recorded by Sarah Mackley of Ferndale Introduction by Deborah Baskette Sarah Elizabeth Palmer Mackley writes in her diary about how here in Humboldt the Great San Francisco Earthquake was at first thought to be a local phenomenon near Ferndale. Click on the map images to view/download the detailed tsunami inundation maps or click on the alphabetized list of quadrangles to the right of the image. Photos of Humbolt County marine fossils. A 6.5-magnitude earthquake that was felt in the Bay Area struck Thursday morning off the Northern California coast in Humboldt County, officials said. There was widespread damage of buildings but no casualties.