Emergency Management

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Please take a few moments to review the information provided below about Emergency Management. We have included information to help you develop a personal emergency plan. This includes items to maintain in your personal readiness kit, shelter locations within the community, and how to care for your pets. There is also information available specific to older adults, disabled citizens as well as the business community. We hope you find the information beneficial.

If you would like more detailed information or would like to schedule a presentation or guest speaker on various disaster related subjects, we would be glad to assist.

For more information, please call Deputy Chief James Campbell 252-399-2888

Personal Preparedness

The most important thing citizens can do is to prepare themselves and their families to withstand the effects of disasters. There are several things you can do to ensure your family if prepared. First, you should have a plan. This plan should include items such as where to meet, how to contact family members, and how to let someone know you are safe. Additionally, you should have a supply kit, which includes basic items such as cash, food, water, flashlight, radio, batteries, prescription drugs etc. Your kit should contain enough items to be sufficient for a minimum of three days. For more information on what should be included in your plan and supply kit, use the link to

 Helpful Links FEMA 
 Wilson County Emergency Management  National Weather Service Raleigh
NC DOT Travel Information Management System
 National Hurricane Center



CodeRED is an emergency notification service by which public safety can notify residents and businesses by telephone or cellular phone about emergency situations. The system is capable of sending messages only to specific neighborhoods or the entire community.

 Please click the link below to register:

CodeRED Emergency Notification System


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