WHO WE ARE
The Flagler County Emergency Management Office is the County Department charged with carrying out the preparedness for, response to, recovery from, and mitigation from large scale emergencies and disasters.
The Office consists of:
- Emergency Management Director: Jonathan Lord
- Senior Emergency Management Planner: Ryan Simpson
- Emergency Management Planner: Nealon Joseph
- Emergency Management Planner: Lea Tardanico
- Emergency Management Technician: Bob “BP” Pickering
- A variety of Interns and Volunteers
You may reach us during normal business hours at:
- Calling: (386) 313-4200
- Email: EOC@FlaglerCounty.org
WHAT WE DO
We work daily with partners from: County, municipal (Marineland, Beverly Beach, Flagler Beach, Palm Coast, Bunnell), local District (Schools, Mosquito Control, CDD’s, etc), Constitutional Offices (Sheriff, Clerk of the Court, Tax Collector, Property Appraiser, Supervisor of Elections), Private Non-Profit (AdventHealth, Flagler Volunteer Services, etc), Utility (FPL, Water & Wastewater, etc), State agencies and Federal agencies; plus many more.
We work with these partners to develop relationships, plans, procedures, trainings, and exercises to ensure that when our community needs us most, we can all work together to return our community to normal.
We are responsible for the maintenance and operations of the countywide Emergency Operations Center that is a facility in which key partners work collaboratively to prioritize and manage the entire suite of critical services that may need to be provide in preparation for, response to, and recovery from a large scale emergency or disaster.
We also provide community outreach and training year round, to include our Community Emergency Response Team program.
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