Emergency animal services.
Office of Emergency Management Pages
Animals are affected by disasters just as we are. If you have pets or livestock, you should be prepared to take care of them in an emergency.
Chris Voss, Director desk: (503) 988-4649 or email@example.com or 24/7 Duty Officer phone: (503) 988-6700 Option 1
Christopher Blanchard, Division Chief of Planning desk: (503) 988-8182 or cell (503) 680-9087 or Christopher.firstname.lastname@example.org
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Recent fires in Oregon and across the western United States have increased public awareness of the potential losses to life, property, and natural and cultural resources. In August 2010, the Orego...
Safety and preparedness tips for earthquakes and tsunamis.
Chemical Risk Information Services. First aid and other information on chemical exposure (MSDS ) 503.494.8616
Services for families.
Fire safety begins with everyone in your household. Following simple safety measures can ensure that you prevent a home fire or, should a fire occur, that you can get out safely.
Anywhere it rains, it can flood. And landslides can occur in all of the U.S. states and territories. Educate yourself, get insured, safeguard your possessions and prepare your home.
Emergency Management Home emergency kits
Being personally prepared for an emergency is only part of the solution. If your neighbors and community are not prepared, neither are you.
Health and Medical resource numbers
To protect your health when temperatures rise, remember to keep cool and use common sense.
Did you know that a recent study by the National Institute of Building Sciences Multihazard Mitigation Council...
Inclement weather contact numbers for various agencies in Multnomah County
The flu is a respiratory infection that typically spreads throughout the community during the winter or spring.
Lisa Corbly, Senior Equity Planner desk: (503) 988-8372 or cell: (503) 201-8495 or email@example.com (link sends e-mail)
Local emergency management offices.
It is important to put together an emergency plan in case you and your family aren't together when a disaster strikes. Start the process by gathering your family together and making sure everyone...
Mental Health Service resource lines.
The Multnomah County Multi-Jurisdictional Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan Steering Committee is comprised of representatives from some Multnomah County departments, special districts and cities.