Emergency Management

 

Welcome to the Lenawee County Department of Emergency Management web site!!

The Emergency Management office coordinates planning between law enforcement, fire services, emergency medicals services, health department, hospitals, human services agencies, and others involved in preventing or responding to emergencies and disasters.

Lenawee County Emergency Management also serves as a "conduit" for federal grants and information from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Federal Department of Homeland Security.

A great deal of information is available on the Internet for citizens, organizations, and businesses about disaster preparedness and homeland security. The links on the left side of this page will take you to some excellent sites where you can learn further.
Also check on the left side of this page for NOAA Weather Radio Information. Here you will find an overview of what Weather Radio can do for you, where you can get receivers, and even shortcuts to program popular models.


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I am pleased to provide our citizens with a severe weather notification
system delivered directly to your phone. To sign up for this service click on
the link provided and go through the three-step process of becoming a Code-Red
user. Code-Red has the ability to send out thousands of phone notifications
instantly to those in an area affected by a weather event. You have the ability
to select what types of alerts you wish to receive. After you register, when a
weather event is sent to your phone you will see this number appear,
866-419-5000. When you see this number you know it is from the
weather notification system. Your personal contact information will never be
used for any other purpose but to let you and your family members know that
serous weather conditions exist. Sign up now !

This service is being provided by a grant from the Department of
Homeland Security


 
Nixle

Sign-up for the Lenawee County Emergency Management Nixle account to receive information to help prepare you and your family for emergencies by logging on and providing your contact information. This service is free, (except for your provider user fee), and it's secure. Nixle does not share your contact information with outside sources. Unlike social networking sites, when you receive information from the Nixle service you can be assured of its authenticity.

http://local.nixle.com/lenawee-county-emergency-management


 
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Curtis Parsons Jr. · Coordinator
150 W. Maple Ave. · Adrian, MI 49221
Phone: (517) 264-4759 · Fax: (517) 264-4758
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