Have you thought about how your community will continue to function if a tornado struck your City Hall and all of your records are scattered to the wind? Have you planned for how your waste water plants will continue to function when faced with a prolonged power outage? Have you identified services in your community that are essential for the local government to continue when faced with a disaster? We have a course that will help you identify these issues and develop plans for how your local government will remain functional across a spectrum of emergencies.
Story County Emergency Management and the City of Nevada are hosting a Continuity of Government Operations Planning for Rural Communities course provided FREE of charge by the Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium (RDPC) on Saturday April 4th, 2015 from 8:30AM-5:00PM. This course will assist local government and emergency responders develop plans for how your local government will continue to function when impacted by a disaster or emergency. Special focus will be given to succession planning, delegation of authority, redundant communications, and alternate facilities.
Registration is FREE. Space for the class is limited and is targeted to City and County officials and department heads. Registration deadline is March 20, 2015. Follow the link provided to register for the class.