The Plan, meeting agendas, and other documents
Office of Emergency Management Pages
План по борьбе со стихийными бедствиями
Qorshaha Yaraynta Saamaynaha Masiibooyinka Dabiiciga
Plan de Mitigación de Amenazas Naturales
2022 Multi-Jurisdictional Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan Update
Use the form available on this page to make resource requests through the Multnomah County Emergency Operations Center (EOC).
The Operations Section conducts tactical operations and directs all tactical resources.
The Planning Section collects, analyzes and disseminates critical incident info.
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 documents 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
Training and Exercise Coordinator: 503-988-8362 or cell: 503-307-4129 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The State Preparedness and Incident Response Equipment (SPIRE) Grant Program application process is open through 5:00PM June 7th, 2022.
This page contains Support Annexes (SAs).
Links and information about how to test organizations' emergency preparedness plans
The process to achieve an up-to-date and relevant Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan
Phone numbers for non-emergency transportation information
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For more information, dial 2-1-1 or call the City/County Information and Referral Line at 503.823.4000
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