Emergency Management means the preparation for and the coordination of all emergency functions other than functions for which military forces or other federal agencies are primarily responsible, to prevent, minimize and repair injury and damage resulting from disasters.
For the entire Indiana Code chapter on emergency management and the directives state legislature lays out for the formation and regulation of an emergency management agency at the county level, go to www.ai.org/legislative/ic/code/title10/ar14/ch3.html
SEVERE WEATHER PREPAREDNESS WEEK
(March 24-30, 2013)
To establish and maintain a progressive emergency management program that promotes the mitigation of, preparation for, the response to, and the recovery from emergencies and disasters impacting the public, government, and business of the communities in Monroe County.
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Influenza Resource Information
For the latest information on Seasonal Flu please visit www.cdc.gov/flu/
Bloomington Township Fire Department online video showing one of our township fire departments: BTFD
Ready Videos for the Public
In order to encourage Americans to prepare themselves, their families and their communities, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, in partnership with The Advertising Council, has created instructional videos to help educate and empower Americans to prepare for and respond to all kinds of emergencies. To view these videos please click on the link www.ready.gov
Emergency Management Advisory Council (EMAC)
The EMAC informs the operation of Emergency Mangement, as layed out in Indiana statute.
||Monroe County Commissioners
|Penny Caudill, Secretary
||Monroe County Health Department
||Monroe County Council
||City of Bloomington
|Jim Davis, Chairman
||Town of Ellettsville
||Stinesville Town Board
|Ken Long, Vice Chair
||Local Business Owner
||Civil Air Patrol