Domestic preparedness is a reality of the times in which we live. Lessons learned from the past indicate that coordination, communication, command and control are key to effective prevention, preparedness, response and recovery operations.
Pima County Office of Emergency Management is the local, federally mandated program of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
Pima County Office of Emergency Management (OEM) is an extension of the Arizona State Division of Emergency Management and the Arizona State Department of Homeland Security.
OEM works to prevent the loss of life and reduce property damage due to man-made, technological and natural disasters.
We also assist municipalities and local governments with developing plans to ensure the highest level of preparedness.
Pima County Emergency Operations Plan
The Pima County Emergency Operations Plan (PCEOP) establishes a comprehensive county-wide, all-hazards structure to provide for successful and well-organized coordination of Pima County regional emergency management activities. The PCEOP covers the full range of complex and constantly changing requirements in anticipation of, or in response to, threats or other acts of terrorism, major disasters, catastrophic events, and other emergencies that may exhaust impacted county, local or tribal jurisdictions.
Pima County Emergency Alerts Website
The Pima County Office of Emergency Management has launched an Emergency Alerts Website to keep the community informed prior to, and during large-scale emergencies. The website serves as a central source for information on any developing events and also provides preparedness resources and relavent contact information.
Pima County Community Wildfire Protection Plan
The Pima County Office of Emergency Management has initiated the development of the Pima County Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP) in accordance with requirements of the Healthy Forests Restoration Act of 2003.
Visit the Pima County Community Wildfire Protection Plan page to download the plan.