The city health officer may take any preventive measure that may be necessary to protect and preserve the public health from any public health hazard during any "state of war emergency," "state of emergency," or "local emergency," as defined by Section 8558 of the Government Code, within his or her jurisdiction.
"Preventive measure" means abatement, correction, removal or any other protective step that may be taken against any public health hazard that is caused by a disaster and affects the public health.
Funds for these measures may be allowed pursuant to Sections 29127 to 29131, inclusive, and 53021 to 53023, inclusive, of the Government Code and from any other money appropriated by a board of supervisors of a county or governing body of a city to carry out the purposes of this section.
The city health officer, with consent of the board of supervisors of a county or the governing body of the city, may certify any public health hazard resulting from any disaster condition if certification is required for any federal or state disaster relief program.
Ca. Health and Saf. Code § 101475