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Lincoln County call center answers any and all questions

Lincoln County Emergency Public Information Call Center is answering the public's questions and keeping mental health in check with trained volunteers to take pressure off of essential services.

Emergency Management seeking PPE donations

Due to the nationwide shortage in Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) supplies, Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office – Emergency Management is coordinating PPE donations.

Information on COVID-19 for Oregon and how to help

The Oregon Office of Emergency Management has a website where Oregonians can donate supplies, volunteer and get real time information about COVID-19.
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New Lincoln County Emergency Public Information Call Center

Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office and Public Health Department are releasing their new short video and information guide on the Lincoln County Emergency Public Information Call Center.

Emergency Management announces volunteer community support positions

Lincoln County Sheriff Emergency Management is recruiting three volunteer support liaisons to coordinate local community emergency resources for 4-10 hours per month during a year period.

Annual county-wide test of emergency notification systems planned

The Emergency Management Division of the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office has scheduled an annual county-wide test of its emergency notification systems 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Monday, June 24.

New public version of RAPTOR, emergency map tool

Oregon’s Office of Emergency Management’s Real-time Assessment and Planning Tool for Oregon (RAPTOR) is now available in a public version featuring 3D tools for weather alerts, traffic and live data map tools.

Funding continued for emergency preparedness, disaster recovery

The Lincoln County Board of Commissioners has announced continuation of the matching grant program for emergency preparedness and disaster recovery for fiscal year 2018-2019.

Flood safety tips from Oregon Emergency Management

With recent wet weather and more rain on its way, now is a good time to prepare for floods, check your emergency supplies and adhere to basic flood safety.

Tsunami safety revamped for hospitality industry

The hospitality industry in Oregon has an updated tool to help prepare employees, residents and visitors for a tsunami.

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