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Fire or Medical Emergency
Water Main and Sewer Emergency Contact
Oscar Farris, DRC
Interim City Manager, 541.490.7411
John Grim P.E.,
City Engineer, 541.993.5421
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NON-EMERGENCY Health and Social Services and Disaster Assistance
Dial 211 to receive information regarding vital resources such as food, energy assistance, low cost health clinics, parent resources, affordable housing, and more.
Information and Links for Disaster Preparedness:
Preparation for the Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake has intensified in recent years in Oregon and Washington, with many organizations partnering to provide information and resources for disaster planning, mitigation, and recovery.
The Cascadia Region Earthquake Workgroup (CREW) is a coalition of private and public representatives working together to improve the ability of Cascadia Region communities, businesses and homeowners to reduce the effects of earthquakes.
Their website (http://www.crew.org/) offers links to earthquake and preparedness information and programs for individuals, communities, and businesses that range from family checklists to community planning.
The Wasco County Emergency Management System (http://co.wasco.or.us/county/dept_sheriff_emergency.cfm) is coordinated with the State of Oregon’s Emergency Management system.
Their website includes the County’s wildfire plan, Mt. Hood Coordination Plan, and Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan, Ambulance service area plan, and other plans to help individuals, families, and communities for specific emergencies like earthquake, flood, severe weather, landslides, animals in disaster, etc.
The Ford Family Foundation has compiled research and information about the Cascadia Event and Resilient Communities. Here is one article about how to create a resilient community: http://www.tfff.org/community-vitality/spring-2014-issue-1/your-most-immediate-source-support.