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Multnomah County Emergency Management Training, Exercise, and Outreach Events Calendar
The Multnomah County Office of Emergency Management Training and Exercise Section coordinates and conducts the courses that help increase disaster resilience.
Do you want a disaster preparedness presentation or workshop for your community group? We have several options and can tailor them to your needs. All are open to the public and offered free-of-charge.
For information about the planning for mass shelter coordinated by Multnomah County, email Lisa Corbly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503.988.8372.
Read the 2017 Multi-Jurisdictional Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan
MCEM coordinates, administers, and partners with other agencies on several grants supporting emergency management activities.
Multnomah County is conducting a project to provide our community with a reliable Willamette River crossing on the Burnside regional lifeline route after a major earthquake.
Being prepared and knowing what to do will make all the difference when seconds count in an emergency
Disaster Resource Centers (DRCs) are physical locations that are activated to respond to the needs of people affected by disaster. Read about DRC values, guiding principles, and how to get involved.
Emergency Management office and staff contact information can be found through this link.
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Keep warm. Avoid traffic. Help your neighbor. Volunteer. Tips and resources for how to stay healthy and have fun during the winter months.
Earthquakes can happen without warning; but it doesn't take much to be prepared. Here's how:
Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Emergency Preparedness Rule Guidance
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Interested in volunteering with us? Read about volunteer and internship opportunities at Multnomah County Office of Emergency Management.