Some of the things you can do to prepare for the unexpected, such as making an emergency supply kit and developing a family emergency plan, can be used in any type of emergency.
Office of Emergency Management Pages
For buried utility lines, before digging call 8-1-1
The Cascade Mountain Range harbors many volcanoes. Here are steps you can take during and after an eruption to help ensure the safety of yourself, your family and your property.
In Multnomah County, we have a mix of rural and urban environments that could potentially be at risk for wildfire.
The Pacific Northwest escapes the threat of hurricanes, but we are no stranger to strong, damaging wind storms.
Emergency Management also hosts and conducts emergency management and community preparedness training for emergency management professionals, partners and the public.
Information about emergency mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery.
This is a list of Alice Busch's education and training certifications.
Alice Busch, Division Chief of Operations desk: (503) 988-6552 or cell (971) 563-3051 or email@example.com
Anna Bergman, Emergency Management Program Specialist, firstname.lastname@example.org
Links to related documents are here.
The basic plan is the core document upon which other annexes are built.
Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Emergency Preparedness Rule Guidance
The Command Staff includes the EOC Commander, Public Information, the Liaison Officer, and the Safety Officer
Brief description of communications plans
Community organizations can request bulk hand sanitizer and disposable face coverings via this form.
Hazard mitigation resources for the community
The Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP) Program and Continuity of Government (COG)
Locations for cooling centers in Multnomah County.
Dave Lentzner, Senior Emergency Management Planner: Desk (503) 988-7563, Cell (503) 679-3275 or email@example.com
Damage reporting for for individuals and businesses in Multnomah County
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