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Emergency Management
to the Clark County Emergency Management Agency web-site. Here you will find information for community and individual disaster and emergency preparedness. You will learn about what your community is doing to prepare for, respond to, recover from, and mitigate disasters regardless of cause.  Being prepared is everyone’s responsibility.

Stay Connected
HyperReach is our mass notification system that allows us to telephone, text, and email all or targeted areas of the County in the event of emergency situations or critical community alerts. Examples include: evacuation notices, chemical spills, bio-terrorism alerts, boil alert notices, and missing child reports. Simply click on the HyperReach logo to the right and submit your contact information to the notification database.

Be Prepared
Disaster preparedness saves lives and property.  Be Informed: Know the top hazards Clark County faces and ways in which you and your family can prepare for them.  Make a Plan: Develop an emergency response and a communication plan for you and your family.  Build a Kit: Learn how to assemble a disaster preparedness kit. 

Click an image below to learn more about preparing for the specific hazard. 
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Flooding Winter Tornado Lightning Earthquake Pandemic

Latest News
While tornadoes can occur at any time, late spring and summer are the prime tornado season in OhioClark County Emergency Management is encouraging all communities to participate in the Statewide Tornado Drill at 9:50 am on Wednesday, March 23, 2016

On March 23rd, communities across the state of Ohio that have tornado warning siren systems, will test them.  In addition, an Emergency Alert System (EAS) warning message should be broadcast.  We encourage all communities with sirens to participate in this annual event by conducting their own tornado drills and reviewing their emergency plans.

Knowing your hazards and warning signals, planning ahead, developing a communication plan, creating a disaster kit, and practicing safety drills are critical in being able to handle such fast-developing spring storms and will help minimize injury and property damage.

Response Plans
Emergency Operations Plan
Mass Casualty Incident Plan
Resource Directory 2016
Mitigation Plan

Response Partner Portals
EMA Volunteers
Fire Chiefs Association
Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC)

Contact Us
Main Office
3130 E. Main St.
Suite 1E
Springfield, OH 45505
Ph: 937-521-2175
Fx: 937-327-2862

Lisa D’Allessandris

Office: 937-521-2176

Ken Johnson
Deputy Director
Office: 937-521-2178

Selinda Sizemore
Office: 937-521-2177

Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Emergency Notification System Signup

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