Welcome to the Lenawee County Office of Emergency Management
The office of emergency management coordinates preparedness planning, training, and exercising between law enforcement, fire service, emergency medical services, health department, hospitals, human services agencies, and others involved in disaster response and recovery. The office of emergency management is mandated by Michigan Public Act 390 of 1976 as amended, it is better known as the Michigan Emergency Management act. The Emergency Management Coordinator and Emergency Operations Center (EOC) staff would activate during a disaster to provide support for the incident commanders in the field to provide them the necessary resources to mitigate a large incident. The EOC is the central location for the government to provide support during disaster operations.
There is a great deal of information available on our site as well as the Internet for citizens, organizations, and businesses about disaster preparedness and homeland security. The provided web links will take you to some excellent sites where you can learn more about preparing you and your family for a disaster. You may wish to go the frequently asked questions page to learn more about the types of services our office provides.
Business Continuity Planning Workshop- No cost to attend
Pre-registration is required
Tuesday, April 12th 9:00 – 11:30 AM
LISD Vocational Technical Center, 1372 North Main Street, Adrian (Classrooms 2-3)
To register for this workshop go to;
This business continuity workshop is open to business owners & operators as well as municipal leaders from all levels of government.
The fact is that 70% of all businesses that are impacted by a disaster never reopen. This is based on statistics gathered from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). This workshop will provide businesses and local government officials an understanding of how to create a continuance of operations plan in order to be better prepared when a disaster strikes.
The objectives of a Continuity of Operations Plan is to;
- Ensure timely and orderly continuous performance of essential functions during and after an emergency.
- Protect facilities, equipment, records, and other assets that support essential functions.
- Reduce or mitigate disruptions to operations
- Facilitate reconstitution and devolution after an emergency
- Minimize loss of life, injury, and property damage
The Lenawee County Office of Emergency Management is pleased to offer this free training.
If you have any questions please call 517-264-4759
The Lenawee County Office of Emergency Management is pleased to partner with Adrian college and the National Weather Service to provide a Sky Warn severe weather program. The class will be held in Baer Hall on the campus of Adrian College on Wednesday, April 13th beginning at 6:30 P.M. It will be conducted by meteorologists from the Detroit office of the NWS. The program will last approximately 90 minutes and is provided at no cost to attendees.
Registration is required and seating is limited.
To register please go to the link provided below,
Lenawee County Office of Emergency Management
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 !
150 W. Maple Ave. · Adrian, MI 49221
Phone: (517) 264-4759 · Fax: (517) 264-4758