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The mission of the Monterey County Office of Emergency Services is to ensure that the jurisdictions and communities have the capability and sustained capacity to prepare for, respond to, mitigate and recover from any natural, technological, or human related emergency or disaster.
We envision a collaborative and coordinated approach to all phases of emergency management, including key stakeholders from government, businesses and community organizations involving all sectors of the community focused on these shared goals:
The Office of Emergency Services is an agency of the County Administrative Office. It has a staff of five full time personnel responsible for developing plans to prepare for, mitigate, respond to and recover from a variety of natural and human caused hazards that exist in the County of Monterey. During situations when the County Operational Area Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is activated, the office of emergency services coordinates an ad-hoc staff of up to ninety (90) personnel from a variety of county agencies, emergency response agencies, utilities, volunteer relief organizations and business partners from throughout the County. This agency’s staff provides and coordinates training and outreach activities on related topics within Monterey County. Agency staff also manages several grants that support these efforts.
To contact the Office of Emergency Services, please call (831) 796-1900 M-F 8:00am-5:00pm (Pacific)
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