EMD Partners


Emergency Management Partners

 

Vermont Emergency Management Regional Coordinators 

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  • Regional Planning Commissions
    • RPCs play key roles in the mitigation and preparedness phases of emergency management in partnership with Vermont Emergency Management, VTrans and the Agency of Natural Resources.  RPCs provide coordination among responders and planners throughout the State, help update floodplain bylaws, create FEMA-qualified hazard mitigation plans, coordinate updates to municipal emergency plans, and assist as needed in special circumstances and declared disasters.

 


Additional Resources

  • Flood Ready Vermont
    • Flood Ready Vermont compiles maps and information, and provides learning opportunities by highlighting Vermont towns and villages that are successfully building flood resilient communities. This website guides towns towards greater flood resilience by providing information on post-disaster funding, tools and data to assess current flood readiness and plans for building flood resilient communities.

  • Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC)
    • The LEPC is a local forum for discussions and action in matters pertaining to hazardous materials planning and emergency preparedness. LEPCs also help to provide local governments and the public with information about possible chemical hazards in their communities. 

  • National Weather Service
    • The National Weather Service provides weather forecasts, warnings of hazardous weather, and other weather-related products to organizations and the public for the purposes of protection, safety, and general information.

  • New England 511
    • The New England 511 site provides detailed information on road conditions as well as the option to sign up for alerts based on your routes using the My Trips function.

  • Vermont 211
    • Vermont 2-1-1 is a free and confidential service, serving Vermonters statewide with information and resources to help maintain and improve their health and well being. By dialing 2-1-1, callers are connected with trained representatives that provide referrals to a variety of local and statewide social services to help meet their needs. 

  • Vermont Alert (VT-Alert) 
    • Vermont Alert is the state system designed to keep Vermonters informed about emergency situations, weather alerts, or road information - among other details that could affect everyday life.  Users select what information they wish to receive, how they receive that information - email, text, phone call, etc. - and for what areas the alerts pertain.  VT Alert is a free service and it only takes a few minutes to sign up for an account.  Visit vtalert.gov to sign up.

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  • VT Outages
    • VT Outages is a state-wide map of reported power outages providing information on current reported outages by county or utility company. This tool can be extremely useful while sizing up an incident and determining the scope of impact to utilities. 

 


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Contact Information

Headquarters
45 State Drive
Waterbury, VT 05671-1300
(800) 347-0488
(802) 244-8721
(888) 545-7598 (TTY)

Information and Public Records Requests
mark.bosma@vermont.gov

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