Emergency Management

Duties & Responsibilities

Mower County Emergency Management is responsible for the development of community-based plans and programs to maintain a state of readiness to meet natural, man-made and technological disasters on local and county-wide bases. Emergency Management maintains an on-call state of readiness twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.

Stay Informed With CodeRED

CodeRED is a free community alerting system. By registering, you receive emergency alerts and community notices. Alerts can go to any combination of home phone, cell phone, email, and telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD) Devices. You can register for multiple locations under one account.

Caller ID

When you see 866-419-5000 displayed, you will know the call is from us. If you would like to hear the last message delivered to your phone, simply dial the number back.

Emergency Preparation

There is no substitute for personal preparation. It is important for all Mower County residents and businesses to make individual plans and preparations for their care and safety prior to an emergency and to practice those plans.

All Hazard Mitigation Plan 

Preparation & Protection

The purpose of the Hazard Mitigation plan is to determine how to reduce or eliminate the loss of life and property damage resulting from natural, technological, and human-caused hazards. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) initiated all hazard mitigation planning in light of the increasing number and harm of disasters in recent years.

MOWER COUNTY All Hazard Plan Adopted March 31 2016

Essential Needs Request

If your needs cannot be met through family, friends or neighbors, we may be able to help.


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