EMA Outreach Programs
One of our main functions as the Columbia County Emergency Management Agency is to educate the community concerning hazards. We are always looking for opportunities and forums to provide the public with information needed to make informed decisions on a variety of safety and emergency preparedness topics.
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Organized groups are always welcome and are encouraged to call and make arrangements to tour our emergency operations center. We have also been known to take our show on the road, with visits to schools, senior centers, health fairs as well as social and business club meetings. If you would like us to address your group, assembly, or organization give us a call.
Our EMA personnel are available to talk about:
~recovery from disaster
~other topics as requested.
Our resiliency personnel are available to speak about:
~the Biggert Watters Act
~the Susquehanna River Basin flood mapping
~MS4 (Municipal Separated Storm Sewer Systems)
~they also have a presentation of the new flood control systems.
Using the information on our Contact Us page, please let us know how else we might assist you. Columbia County EMA believes "Informed people make better decisions."