Emergency Management Phase Two: Preparedness

The second phase of emergency management is preparedness. It is planning how to respond when an emergency or disaster occurs and working to marshal the resources to respond effectively. These activities help save lives and minimize damage by preparing people to respond appropriately when an emergency is imminent or hits.

To respond properly, a jurisdiction must have a plan for response, trained personnel to respond, and necessary resources with which to respond.

General Preparedness Information

Disaster-Specific Information

For More Information

If you have any questions, contact the Natrona County Emergency Management Office at (307) 235-9205.