Emergency Responders from the region are invited to attend a training coming up August the 12th in Trenton. The Training sponsored by the Missouri Emergency Response Commission and the Grundy County LEPC is open to all area emergency responders. Interested parties need to go online and register prior to july 12th at http://training.dps.mo.gov/sematraining.nsf/CourseOfferingWeb?OpenForm&parentunid=C08C047BC142395E86258130006BC1BC Anyone with […]
Meeting Notes May 9, 2017 The Grundy County Local Emergency Planning Committee met on May 9, 2017 at noon at the Grundy County Health Department. Members/guests in attendance: Kelli Hillerman, Glen Briggs, Dan Wiebers, Don Sager, Rex Ross, Karla Long, Tara Diegelman, Joe Brinser, Ron Urton, Jeremy Summers, and Steve Tracy. Glen Briggs called the […]
Our next regularly scheduled meeting will be Tuesday, May 9th, at noon in the lower level of the Grundy County Health Department. A light lunch will be provided. The second half of the meeting will be spent working on the THIRA (Threat and Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment) process. Grundy County Emergency Management Director Glen […]
LEPC Meeting LEPC Meeting Agenda – Wednesday, July 13th at Noon Grundy County Health Department – lower level (Lunch will not be provided. Please feel free to bring your lunch/snack with you).
Release Date: March 25, 2016 Media Contact: Richard Jenkins Release Number: MO 14446-02 Phone: (916) 735-1500 One Month Left to Apply for SBA Disaster Loans SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Director Tanya N. Garfield of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Disaster Field Operations Center – West today reminded small, nonfarm businesses in 112 Missouri counties; and […]
Annual safety effort focuses on tornado, severe storms, lightning and flooding safety; 23 of 27 flooding deaths in 2015 in Missouri involved motor vehicles and flash flooding
There has been plenty in the news lately about the “zika virus.” here is a fact sheet on the zika virus. Zika Summary
Earthquake Awareness Month in Missouri Two hundred years ago, Missourians experienced powerful earthquakes in the Bootheel region of the state. Three earthquakes, estimated at magnitude 7.0 or greater occurred along the New Madrid fault in the winter of 1811-12.
In 2015 Grundy County handled more than 3,000 911 calls, and over 21,000 other non-emergency calls.