Emergency Management

  1. REMNANTS OF ZETA BRIEFING 10/29/2020

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For the safety of you and your family, put an evacuation plan in place before a storm hits your region. 

The Cape May County Department of Emergency Management is urging all County residents to have an evacuation location identified before a severe storm visits our region.  Access to traditional shelters is expected to be restricted by regulations from both the State of New Jersey and the American Red Cross. 

Now is the time to identify a safe location away from the County provided by family, friends, or a short-term lodging facility shall an evacuation be necessary.  Think ahead and identify where your family will go before the storm arrives.

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Cape May County Hazard Mitigation Plan

The Cape May County Office of Emer­gency Man­age­ment encour­ages you to add the web­site www.capemaycountyemergency.net to your “favorites” tab on your com­puter.  This is a web­site that will pro­vide you with up to the minute reports on var­i­ous emer­gen­cies in Cape May County, includ­ing storms, floods, bliz­zards, hur­ri­canes, and other non-weather related emer­gen­cies includ­ing miss­ing per­sons.  Dur­ing a pro­longed emer­gency event, this web­site will con­tinue to pro­vide updates, pho­tos, videos and other essen­tial information.  

This web­site serves to keep Cape May County res­i­dents fully updated and edu­cated in the areas of:
 
     
  • Storm and weather information
  • Impor­tant Bor­ough con­tact information
  • Local and Regional Media out­lets that pro­vide con­tin­u­ous information
  • Infor­ma­tion for react­ing to an emer­gency or an evacuation
  • Traf­fic infor­ma­tion, power out­age maps, and help­ful infor­ma­tion videos
In addi­tion, www.capemaycountyemergency.net includes links to many gov­ern­ment web­sites that are designed to edu­cate and inform res­i­dents about how to develop an emer­gency plan for their house­holds.  Infor­ma­tion includes:  Prepa­ra­tion of a sup­ply and evac­u­a­tion kit; care of the elderly, dis­abled, and pets; and pro­tect­ing your doc­u­ments.

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2014 Emergency Preparedness Conference Resources