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    Emergency Preparedness

    The Emergency Preparedness Program works cooperatively with multiple agencies in Queen Anne's County, surrounding counties, and statewide to prepare for disasters both natural and man-made. Preparations include written plans, training exercises, and education. Knowing what to do in an emergency situation, who to call, or how you can help is the backbone of this program. For more information call 410-758-0720.

    General Information For:



    Child Care Facilities and Schools

    Pet Care

    Special Needs Population

    Enroll with EVERBRIDGE

    Enroll with Maryland Responds

    Other Important Emergency Preparedness Resources

     These apps are great resources for disaster preparedness and weather monitoring from trusted organizations!

      CDC Mobile App Health Information so you can protect yourself and loved ones
      FEMA App Alerts from the National Weather Service, locate open shelters, and get tips to survive natural disasters.
      Emergency App by the Red Cross Choose the alerts that are important to your location. Monitor more than 35 types of severe weather. The Red Cross also has a Hurricane App with NOAA alerts and provides a way to connect with family and friends to let them know you are OK. This app also has a flashlight, strobe, and alarm.
      Know Your Plan (iOS only) This app is from the Insurance Information Institute and will help you plan ahead to protect your family, home, and pets.