Multicultural disaster preparedness underway in Multnomah County
Office of Emergency Management News
Multnomah County Emergency Management, Hood River County Emergency Management, and The National Weather Service, Portland Host Skywarn Training In Cascade Locks
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
Eagle Creek Evacuations Boundary Map for Multnomah County
Frequently Asked Question about Smoke and Ash
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...
This week's shopping includes a trip to the hardware store. Make sure you check your household for items that you might already have and note where you normally keep them.
We cannot prevent a tsunami, but we can prepare for one. Whether you live on or visit coastal areas of the northwest, you should be aware of the dangers of a tsunami.
It's Winter Weather Awareness Week! The week of October 16-22 is Winter Weather Awareness Week in the Pacific Northwest.