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- Emergency Management
Clay County Emergency Management provides an emergency management program to effectively mitigate against, prepare for, respond to, and recover from all types of major emergencies or disasters. We also work to educate and train Clay County citizens, responders, and governing officials so that a disaster’s impact on people, property, and communities is minimized.
The comprehensive emergency management program includes all four phases of emergency management:
Are you prepared? Click on these links for help in preparing your family or business for disaster.
After Disaster Occurs
For information and instructions after a disaster.
Do you know what activation of the Storm Sirens means in your community? All Storm Sirens in Clay County are activated according to this policy statement. Other communities may use their Storm Sirens differently.
After the Flood
View a list of flood recovery resource documents.
Request House Address Sign
Complete this form to purchase the standardized House Number sign for your home.
Storm Shelter Registration
Let us know where your home's storm shelter is located. It will assist us during search and rescue operations if your home is destroyed by the storm. Complete the storm shelter registration form online or access a PDF document to submit to the Emergency Management office.
NOAA All Hazards Weather Radio
We recommend having a NOAA All Hazards - Weather Alert Radio on every level of your home. Change the batteries in your NOAA Radio at least every spring and fall when the time change occurs
Sign up to receive notification of emergency situations in Clay County from Clay County Emergency Management, Clay County Sheriff's Department and Clay County Health Department. This is a voluntary notification system that Clay County citizens can opt in to receive emergency notifications via text or e-mail. You will have an opportunity to select what type of notices you wish to receive during the sign in process. To receive only text messages about emergency situations, simply text your zip code to 888777.
This section contains links to many on-line resources
This section contains information about the County Emergency Operations Plan (CEOP); the Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan and documents that explain how the CEOP is formatted.
Clay County is part of a statewide credentialing system used to identify and manage response personnel and equipment and local government resources, especially during disasters. Members of Clay County Emergency Response agencies or County or City Government employees within Clay County's jurisdictions can complete the form posted in this section to request their official Credentialing Cards.