The Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) is a framework that provides guidance for coordinated preparedness, response, and recovery activities in the county. It sets forth lines of authority and organizational relationships and shows how all actions will be coordinated. The Emergency Operations Plan is updated every 4 years, in accordance with state requirements.
The EOP describes procedures for how the county will organize in an emergency, including how departments and agencies will carry out various responsibilities and coordinate activities and resources. The plan identifies roles and responsibilities for each county department. The board approved the plan and it went into effect on March 31, 2022.
If you would like more information about the Emergency Operations Plan, or to review the Emergency Operations Plan in a language other than English, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Table of Contents
- Basic Plan
- Emergency Support Function Annexes
The Emergency Support Functions (ESFs) are critical tasks, capabilities and resources provided by emergency response agencies for the county throughout all phases of a major emergency or disaster.
- ESF 1: Transportation
- ESF 2: Communication
- ESF 3: Public Works
- ESF 4: Firefighting
- ESF 5: Information Planning
- ESF 6: Mass Care
- ESF 7: Logistics Management and Resource Support
- ESF 8: Health and Medical
- ESF 9: Search and Rescue
- ESF 10: Hazardous Materials
- ESF 11: Agriculture and Animal Protection
- ESF 12: Energy
- ESF 13: Law Enforcement
- ESF 14: Business and Industry
- ESF 15: Public Information
- ESF 16: Volunteers and Donations Management
- ESF 17: Cyber and Infrastructure Security
- ESF 18: Military Support
- Support Annexes
Support Annexes describe how support is organized among private sector, non-government organizations and partners.
- Incident Annexes
- Informational Annex