First Ever Nationwide Test of the Wireless Emergency Alert System (WEA)
Office of Emergency Management News
One Year Anniversary of the Eagle Creek Fire
Updates from the June 2018 EM Quarterly meeting, including a Hot Weather update.
On May 2nd, 2018, Multnomah County Emergency Management hosted a Resilience Workshop at Gresham City Hall. Over 50 local, state and federal partners gathered to discuss hazard risks and mitigation.
New study examines Multnomah County landslide hazard and risk
Multnomah County Emergency Management attends training on better ways to work with faith-based organizations in disaster response and recovery
New CMS rules may affect how your business is carried out
Countywide Emergency Management Stakeholder Group Looks to the Future
Voz and Gonzalo Mercado of the National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) in a presentation and discussion about the critical role day laborers have played in disaster resiliency efforts
Flood and mudflow possibility increase with upcoming rains
Your street is flooded. The power is out. Where do you get sandbags? Here is a list of numbers for you to call in case of non-life threatening emergencies.
Welcome to Week 3! The shopping items this week are similar to Week 1, but remember that you should have at least 3 days of supplies for each person, and we are only shopping for a day of supplies...