Florida Emergency Information Line: 1-800-342-3557
"The Florida Emergency Information Line (FEIL) is a toll-free hotline activated at the time of an emergency to provide an additional resource for those in Florida to receive accurate and up-to-date information regarding an emergency or disaster situation impacting the State of Florida."
Leon County: 1-850-488-5921
"The Leon County Division of Emergency Management was established by Leon County Ordinance 93-16, with the responsibility of coordinating emergency management activities, services and programs within the county.
Leon County Emergency Management Staff
• Richard Smith - Emergency Management Director
• Kevin Peters - Emergency Management Coordinator
• Edith Taylor - 911 Systems Manager"
Gadsden County: 850-875-8642
"Gadsden County’s Emergency Management Office is administered by the Gadsden County Sheriff’s Office located at 339 East Jefferson Street, Quincy, Florida.
What We Do
• The Gadsden County Office of Emergency Management provides:
• Effective and orderly governmental control and coordination of emergency operations in emergencies within the scope of Florida Statutes;
• Develops and maintains the County's Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan providing emergency management planning for the entire county;
• Coordinates emergency management activities, services and programs within the county, including:
Teaching people how to get through a disaster
Helping equip local first responders
Making disaster assistance available to our communities, businesses, and individuals
Training and emergency simulations
Reviews and provides technical assistance for all Health Care Facilities' (Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Adult Living Facilities and Ambulatory Surgical Centers) disaster plans
• Serves as liaison to the State Division of Emergency Management and other local emergency management agencies and organizations; and
• Serves as the liaison and the coordinator of municipalities' requests for State and Federal assistance during pre and post-disaster operation."
Liberty County: 936-334-3219
"The Liberty County Office of Emergency Management is responsible for the comprehensive emergency management program for the county. Activities and services cover the four phases of Emergency Management: Preparedness, Response, Recovery, and Mitigation for disasters like flooding, tornadoes, hurricanes, wild fires, hazardous material incidents and terrorism."
Franklin County: 850-653-4206
"Franklin County information website and information portal. Here you will find useful information and tips to help you and your family in the event of a natural or man-made disaster within the county. The left side of the screen contains the navigation panel. At the bottom of the navigation panel is a link to download the latest Hurricane Survival Guide. For more information during a natural or man-made diaster call the Emergency Management Hotline."
Wakulla County: 850-745-7200
"The Emergency Management Division's responsibilities are to support the continuity of government; to coordinate emergency response to severe weather, disasters, medical emergencies, fires, rescues, animal control, and hazardous materials situations; to plan for, coordinate with and support the State of Florida Emergency Management Team and the federal government during extreme emergencies throughout the state and the United States"
Jefferson County: 850-342-0211
"The Office of Emergency Management is a division of the Sheriff's Office. Its purpose is to maintain an emergency services system by planning, preparing and providing for the prevention, mitigation and management of emergencies or disasters that present a threat to the lives and property of citizens of Jefferson County."
Madison County: 850-973-3698
"Madison County has emergency shelters in place for those who need a safe place to stay during a disaster. Please click on the link below for a list of Madison County shelters or tune in to local TV or radio for information on open shelters."
Taylor County: 850-838-3575
"The mission of Taylor County Emergency Management is to reduce or eliminate the vulnerability of people and property of this county to injury, damage, or loss of life resulting from natural, technological, or manmade emergencies. Pursuant to Taylor County Code of Ordinances 26 and Florida Statute 252, it is our goal to work closely with local authorities, Florida Division of Emergency Management, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and the citizens of Taylor County to be prepared to respond to or recover from any possible hazardous situation which confronts our community."
Lafayette County: (386) 294-1950
"MISSION: Educate, coordinate, and promote the participation of Lafayette County community members to assist the community and public service agencies responding to disasters affecting the area."
Hamilton County: 386-792-6647
"Division of Emergency Management (DEM) provides for activities to saving lives and protecting property from natural, manmade, and technological emergencies. DEM is responsible for reducing the effects of potential disasters before they occur, planning for and coordinating the operations and response to a disaster, managing resources and coordination of recovery efforts following a disaster, as well as providing public education and information."
Suwannee County: 386-364-3405
"The Suwannee County Sheriff's Office Division of Emergency Management serves as the coordinating agency for development and implementation of a countywide emergency management program designed to protect life and property. This division maintains a comprehensive view of emergencies that is risk based and all hazards in its approach, and covers all four phases of emergency management: preparedness, response, recovery, and mitigation."
Lowndes County: 229-671-2790
"The Lowndes County Emergency Management Agency’s primary mission is to lead the planning and preparedness efforts within Lowndes County. This requires working with the numerous local response agencies, governments, and volunteer resource agencies to develop effective all hazards plans to ensure that Lowndes County and its citizens are adequately prepared for any type of disaster that may affect our local communities."
Thomas County: 229-225 4190
Dougherty County: 229-431-2132
Colquitt County: 229-616-7417
"Purpose: Offers help to citizens with disasters at the local, state and federal level. Provides assistance/support with medical at the Sunbelt Exposition and other events. Staffed with a search and rescue team."
Seminole County: 229-524-5115
Decatur County: 229-248-3012 or 229-248-3860
Brooks County: 229.263.7558
Echols County: (229) 559-5603
Clinch County: (404) 635-7000
Lanier County: 229.482.3545
Berrien County: 229-686-7071
Cook County: (229) 896-7471
It is the mission of the Cook County Sheriff’s Office to provide professional, high quality and effective law enforcement, correctional and court security services in partnership with the community. We, the members of the Cook County Sheriff’s Office, believe that our work has a vital impact on the quality of life in our community. To demonstrate our commitment to our profession, on and off duty, we subscribe to the following values."
Baker County: (904) 259-6111
"These are some of the many services we provide to the citizens of Baker County:
•Information on natural and technological hazards that may affect you, your family or your business
•Advice on how to protect yourself, your family, or your business
•Technical assistance in the development of emergency plans for public agencies and the private sector
•Advice on how to exercise your emergency plan
•Schedule a guest speaker at your group/organization meeting
•Set up a tour of the Baker County Emergency Operations Center
•Information on supporting your community in an emergency or disaster"
Mitchell County: 229-336-2030
Miller County: 229-758-3421
Tift County: (229) 388-6060
"Tift County EMA's mission is to provide a comprehensive and aggressive all-hazards approach to mitigation, preparedness, response, recovery and special events. The purpose of our mission is to protect life and property and to prevent and/or reduce the negative impact of natural and man-made events in Tift County."
Worth County: 229-776-8223
"The Emergency Management Agency is responsible for protecting Worth County Citizens from the effects of disasters, natural and man-made. The agency coordinates and assists all municipal officials' efforts as well as the unincorporated areas of the county during disasters and crisis situations.
Agency personnel coordinate with municipal and county officials to develop emergency action plans for such hazards as chemical spills, fires, floods, severe thunderstorms, tornadoes, hurricanes, nuclear, bio-terrorism, and transportation incidents. These plans are routinely tested by county and municipal leaders with full scale drills and tabletop exercises.
When an emergency arises or disaster threatens, the county's response is coordinated by the Emergency Management Agency by activating and manning the Emergency Operations Center (E.O.C.). Representatives from the county and municipalities make decisions in the E.O.C. and communicate to the authorities in the field."