Emergency Management Team at TOPOFF ExerciseEmergency Management

The Office of Emergency Management coordinates planning and response efforts for hazards that impact the city.

Preparedness Topic: Family Preparedness [Spanish]

September is National Preparedness Month

We have partnered with Clark County on the 30 Days, 30 Ways Challenge. Beginning September 1, a daily preparedness challenge will be posted every morning at http://www.30days30ways.com/. Submit the completed task and you could win a prize! Share with your family, friends and neighbors; complete all the tasks by the end of the month, and you will be prepared to be your own HERO!

Preparedness

Disaster Preparation: Protect Your Family 

Earthquake Preparedness 

On Shaky Ground 

Emergency Kit Information 

Family Emergency Plan 

Fire Escape Plan 

Food and Water in an Emergency 

Local Information and Resources 

Protect Your Pet 

Smartphone Disaster Apps 

Volunteer/Training

Citizen Volunteers in Policing 

Fire Corps 

Neighborhood Ready 

Neighborhood Watch 

Preparedness Videos

Getting Started... 

How to Secure... 

Turning Off... 

Safety / How to Use... 

Flood Preparedness Series... 

External Agency Links

American Red Cross 

Homeland Security 

Oregon Emergency Management 

L.E.P.C./C.A.E.R. 

Multnomah County Emergency Management 

Multnomah County Health Department 

  

Hazard Information

Wireless Emergency Alerts 

O.D.O.T. Trip Check (Road Conditions) 

National Weather Service: Weather Forecasts 

National Weather Service: River Forecasts 

Oregon Health Authority: Current Hazards 

U.S.G.S. - Recent Earthquakes 

Sign up for Public Alerts 

Dept. of Geology - Hazard Viewer 

 

 


For additional information about Emergency Management call 503-618-2432.

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