This report represents a body of student research and recommendations developed by the graduate students of the Master’s of Science in Homeland Security Program at San Diego State University specifically to address a request by National City. The project is in response to a request from National City to develop six annexes to National City’s base Emergency Operations Plan (EOP). The six requested annexes are Debris Management, Donations Management, Mass Medicine Distribution, Continuity of Operations, Access and Functional Needs, and Climate Change. As part of Homeland Security Course 603, Emergency Preparedness and Response, Spring semester 2015, the students formed groups of between five and eight students to produce each annex. The students referenced federal, state, and county laws, plans and administrative guidance. When available, the students relied on other municipalities’ plans as templates for their work. A summer team of three volunteer students undertook the task of turning the class produced annexes into products ready for staffing to all National City Departments for review and approval, and ultimate incorporation as annexes to the base EOP. The summer team held a series of weekly meetings on site with National City’s Homeland Security Manager. Additionally, the summer team generated series of clarifying questions, decisions, and input requests for National City. The inputs provided by National City resolved most of the outstanding recommendations and assumptions within the annexes. Any outstanding issues will be listed in the recommendation sections of each annex below. For each of the twenty-four recommendations, this report then specifies the expected outcomes anticipated from the successful implementation of the recommendation. While not an exhaustive implementation roadmap, this report provides a general description of the process necessary to implement each recommendation.