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Clackamas County Emergency Notification System (CCENS)
In the event of an emergency in your area, the warning system will send emergency messages and instructions over the phone (landline), cell phone, Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) and email.

Emergency Management
Every person who lives or works in Clackamas County shares responsibility for minimizing the impact of disaster on our community.

Emergency Preparedness for Animals
Pets are often full-fledged family members, and your family emergency plan must include them to be truly complete.

Sandbag Locations
The following jurisdictions may have sandbags and sand available during a major flooding event.

About Emergency Management
Minimizing the impact of incidents or disasters which potentially threaten the safety and welfare of Clackamas County citizens.

Emergency Management Contacts
Contact information for Emergency Management.

Disaster Assistance
Local and state governments have responsibility to protect their citizens from disaster and to help them recover.

Communities in a Disaster
Neighbors helping neighbors.

Develop a Disaster Plan
Develop a plan to keep your family safe in an emergency.

Tips for evacuating in an emergency.

Phone Tips
Phone tips for emergencies.

Potential Hazards
Find out about potential hazards that threaten your community.

Emergency Preparedness
Helpful Guides and Links to Enable Effective Emergency Planning.

Publications and Links
Clackamas County Emergency Management publications, videos and media.

Emergency Shelters
This page will be used to provide citizens a list of shelter locations in the county as they are activated during a major incident or disaster.

One of the instructions you may be given in an emergency is to shelter-in-place to protect you from chemical contamination or other outdoor hazards.

Access and Functional Needs
Emergency information for people with access and functional needs

Emergency Training
A significant element of being personally prepared for an emergency is getting trained in emergency skills.

Volunteering in an Emergency
In addition to being personally prepared for an emergency, you can make a real difference in community preparedness by volunteering to help your neighbors and your community.

Severe weather conditions can create a variety of hazards unique to the type of weather we are experiencing at the time.

Flooding Preparedness
Clackamas County has several large rivers and smaller tributaries that are susceptible to annual flooding events.

Winter Driving Tips
Motorists should know the safety rules for dealing with winter road emergencies.

Clackamas Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CCWPP)
The development of the Clackamas County Wildfire Protection Plan was an incredibly collaborative effort among local, state and federal agencies as well as community members that have a vested interest in reducing losses from potential wildfire events.

One of the most frightening and destructive phenomena of nature is a severe earthquake and its terrible after effects.

Clackamas County Emergency Operations Plan
How the County operates during a major incident or disaster.

Fire Prevention
Resources and Links for Fire Prevention

Hazardous Materials & Pollution
Hazardous materials in various forms can cause death, serious injury, long-lasting health effects, and damage to buildings, homes, and other property.

Landslides are downhill movements of rock, debris, or soil mass.

Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan
The Clackamas County Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan

Power Outages
Many types of emergencies can cause power outage, including winter storm damage to the power grid or system overload during heavy usage to cope with summer heat or winter cold.

Any eruption in the Cascades is likely to have transportation and economic impact on Clackamas County indirectly.

Channel Migration Zone Resources
Resources for channel migration zones.