Emergency Management

The Office of Emergency Management is here to help you be prepare for, respond to, or recover from emergencies or disasters.

Contact:
102 E. Center Rd., Goldsby, OK 73093
Phone: 405.288.2064

Welcome to Everbridge: Everbridge
Sign up for McClain County Mass Call-Out System.  Receive general and emergency information that may affect you and your family. Click here

(This service is available only to residents of McClain County and to those who are employed by the county, or volunteer for our citizens).

Since alert emails are sent as mass-mailings, your email filter may send it to your SPAM folder.  Be sure to allow emails from @everbridge.net into your email in-box.

National Weather Service, Norman has updated parameters for Heat Advisories.

 NWS Heat Advisory/Warning

 

 

 

Earthquake Notifications

 Resources for Response, Recovery, Preparation, Mitigation

FireWise “How To” Newsletter

McCART

NOTE: McCART (McClain County Animal Response Team) is a registered trademark of McClain County Emergency Management.

McClain County Safe Room Rebate Program

Application for Safe Room Rebate Program, 2017, is now closed.  Once the grant is approved by both Oklahoma Emergency Management and FEMA notifications will be made to those who applied as to their status.

 

FOR YOUR REFERENCE:

Resources for Business

View in FEMA Multimedia Library

Taking Shelter From the Storm: Building a Safe Room For Your Home or Small Business, FEMA 320

Design & Construction Guidance for Community Safe Rooms, FEMA 361

Agriculture Assistance as Result of Drought

USDA Farm Service Agency web site Information on assistance for livestock producers and farmers due to drought/wildfires. Click here

McClain County Farm Service Agency contact information: click here

 

FEMA Individual Assistance

Although there was considerable tree and property damage to private property during the last ice storm, FEMA did not allow for Individual Assistance for that event. In order for FEMA to provide IA to a state or county, there must be a minimum value of loss within the affected area. Only damage to the primary residence is considered in the calculation for the IA damage, which is why there was not adequate damage to individual residences to qualify for FEMA assistance.

For those who do not have the physical ability to remove downed limbs, you may wish to contact your local volunteer organizations for assistance. Some organizations, such as churches and boy scout groups, may be able to assist you in the debris cleanup.

REMEMBER:  It is not legal to burn debris in a floodplain or in a ravine/stream channel that leads to a floodplain.