EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

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MONSOON SEASON

From June 15th until September 30 Monsoon season brings severe storms and high winds to Coconino County.

For a map of sand fill locations click here


Tips:

NEVER drive through flooded roadways. STOP! Turn Around Don’t Drown.

• Vehicles can be swept away by less than 2 feet of water.

• The roadbed may be washed out.

• You can lose control of your vehicle in only a few inches of water.

• Do not drive around a barricade. Turn around and go another way!


• Other tips – BEFORE A FLOOD TIPS

To prepare for a flood, you should:

• Build an emergency kit and make a family communications plan. http://www.ready.gov/make-a-plan

• Elevate the furnace, water heater and electric panel in your home if you live in an area that has a high flood risk.

• Consider installing “check valves” to prevent flood water from backing up into the drains of your home.

What is Emergency Management?

We help make Coconino County a more resilient and safer community through coordination and facilitate communication with intergovernmental and private partners and citizens

Contact Us

  1. Todd Whitney


    Director
    Email
    Ph: 928-679-8310

    Alan Anderson


    CERT Coordinator/
    Emergency Planner
    Email
    Ph: 928-679-7133

    Mark Christian


    Program Coordinator
    Email
    Ph: 928-679-8322

    Blake Scott


    Emergency Management Specialist
    Email
    Ph: 928-679-7338

    Sam Beckett


    Public Works Liaison
    Emergency Management
    Email 



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    Benjamin Trumpinski


    Continuity of Operations Planner


    Email



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