Wright Patterson AFB Community
State of Ohio
Emergency Management 614-889-7150
The Ohio Emergency Management Agency’s mission is to coordinate activities to mitigate, prepare for, respond to and recover from disasters. Visit the agency’s website for information on preparedness and the Safer Ohio App — a mobile public safety tool for reporting suspicious activity, requesting emergency or roadside help, and monitoring traffic conditions.
Emergency Management 937-521-2175
The Clark County Emergency Management Agency provides information for community and individual disaster and emergency preparedness. The agency manages Hyper-Reach, a mass notification system that sends community alerts via telephone, text and email in the event of emergency situations. Alert examples include tornado warnings, missing child notifications, boil alert notices and evacuation notices. Visit the agency’s website for disaster preparedness information.
Emergency Management 937-562-5994
Greene County’s Emergency Management Agency provides a comprehensive emergency management program that coordinates people and resources in order to protect the lives, property and environment within the county. Visit the website for the county’s safety checklists and information on Hyper-Reach alerts.
Emergency Management 937-332-8560
Miami County’s Emergency Management Agency strives to lessen the loss of life, reduce injuries and reduce property damage during incidents through mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery. The agency maintains an alert center that allows users to view alerts and emergencies in their area. Visit the agency’s website to subscribe.
Emergency Management 937-224-8934
Montgomery County’s Office of Emergency Management is responsible for coordinating the county’s efforts to prepare for, prevent, respond to and recover from disasters. Visit the office’s website for information on personal preparedness, seasonal weather hazards and other resources.
Emergency Management 937-472-0087
Preble County Public Health maintains on-call personnel 24/7 to respond to public health emergency situations. Preble County Public Health works with representatives from local law enforcement, the Emergency Management Agency, the Emergency Medical System, fire departments, Red Cross, county agencies, school districts and elected officials to develop plans that minimize the effects of an adverse event. Visit the department’s website for the county’s emergency response plan and other disaster preparedness information.