ESCA Helpful Links

Fort Ord Administrative Record - official Army repository for all ESCA final documents

Fort Ord Environmental Cleanup - for information on Army cleanup activities on the former Fort Ord

Fort Ord Environmental Cleanup - Click here to watch a 4-minute video showing some of the aspects of munitions cleanup and investigation work at the former Fort Ord

Military Munitions Recognition and Safety Training video - web-based training site available to everyone at no cost!

Military Munitions 3Rs Explosives Safety Guide - educational pamphlet

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC)

Fort Ord Reuse Authority (FORA) ESCA Remediation Program (RP) - archival website for additional background, historical information about cleanup work and program activities

Fort Ord Reuse Authority (FORA) - archival website for additional information about FORA

Fun and Informative Links

California Central Coast Veterans Cemetery - a cemetery created by the local jurisdictions in combination with the State of California to support our veterans, their families and to honor the men and women that trained at Fort Ord.

Fort Ord National Monument

"Impossible City: The Afterlife of an Army Base," by Andy Warner of Andy Warner Comics. Mr. Warner creates nonfiction comics, is a New York Times Best Selling author and teaches cartooning at Stanford University. Mr. Warner visited the former Fort Ord in September 2014 looking for his latest great story.  The "Impossible City: The Afterlife of an Army Base" is a creative, informative and illustrated presentation in comic book format of the history of the former Fort Ord and a time capsule up to 2014.

Andy Warner Comics vintage Ft Ord
  1. Lesley Milton

    Assistant City Manager
    Phone: 831-899-6707