List of emergency management related newsletters that may be of interest for those living or working in Multnomah County
Office of Emergency Management Pages
Additional office and staff contact information can be found through this link.
Find information on upcoming emergency management events,
MCEM coordinates, administers, and partners with other agencies on several grants supporting emergency management activities.
Information and links for CMS Emergency Preparedness Policies and Procedures
The County organizes its emergency response operational and support capabilities by emergency function utilizing the Emergency Support Functions (ESF) concept.
FEMA's 2018-2022 Strategic Plan can be downloaded here.
In June and July of 2014, the Multnomah County Office of Emergency Management coordinated the combined local application for the FY 14 SHSP grant. The results of that process can be found here.
MCEM will coordinate the combined local application for the FY15 SHSP grant. Information on that coordination process will be updated here.
Download documents here.
Documents and links to information about the CMS Emergency Preparedness Rule
Answers to frequently asked questions and helpful hints for filling out the local applications
Important deadlines are listed here.
Review the steps and details of this process here.
Jasmine Avgerakis, Emergency Management Planner, 503.988.8182 or Cell 503.200.7364 Email email@example.com
Justin E. Ross, Community Capacity Specialist & Public Information Officer desk: (503) 988-4233 or cell: (503) 201-5805 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Multnomah County Emergency Management along with partner agency Portland Bureau of Emergency Management seeks information from business owners affected by Scrap Yard Fire
All past editions of the Multnomah County Office of Emergency Management monthly newsletter are available here.
The Plan, meeting agendas, and other documents
Read the 2017 Multi-Jurisdictional Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan
Use a refrigerator, electric wheelchair, or oxygen concentrator? Power outages can occur at any time, and it's best to plan for them ahead of time.
Find emergency preparedness document here!
The Planning section is responsible for coordinating countywide plans that prepare for, mitigate, respond to, and recover from any emergency.
Information on CMS Emergency Preparedness Rule Risk Assessment and Planning