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Morgan County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) is dedicated to the service and protection of the citizens of Morgan County, Alabama.

We are here to serve Morgan County by implementing an All-Hazards Plan in which we envision an active resistance to the threats of nature to human life and property through publicly supported mitigation measures with proven results.

The municipalities and communities within Morgan County are committed to reducing the exposure and risk of natural hazards by activating all available resources through cooperative intergovernmental and private sector initiatives and augmenting public knowledge and awareness.

What Is Emergency Management?

Emergency Management is the coordination and integration of all activities necessary to build, sustain and improve the capabilities to prepare for, respond to, recover from, or mitigate against threatened or actual disasters or emergencies, regardless of cause. Furthermore, emergency management activities in response to an incident are a component of overall incident management and are aligned with parallel response processes associated with prevention and protection. The body of knowledge with respect to comprehensive emergency management includes the concept of emergency management "programs." These "programs" are comprised of functional areas including operations and procedures, hazard and risk identification, plans and procedures (strategic plans, operational plans, recovery plans), hazard mitigation, public information and public education, finance and administration, etc. etc.”

(DHS, Lexicon, October 23, 2007, p. 9)


News & Events


Summer Safety

There are many hazards we face during the summer months from Thunderstorms, Extreme Heat, Drought, Flooding, Tornados, etc. It is important to understand these hazards and what you can do to prevent injury or even death associated with these types of events. Get Summer Safety tips by clicking the button below.

BAck to school safety

The greatest risk to a child isn’t riding a bus, but approaching or leaving one. From 2008 to 2017, there were 264 school-age children killed in school-transportation-related crashes. The majority of those students weren’t on the bus; 203 were either walking, waiting for the bus, biking, or in another vehicle.

House Passes Disaster relief bill

The disaster relief funding bill was passed Monday, following months of negotiations and delays, due to disagreements about funding for Puerto Rico hurricane recovery efforts and the president’s request for additional funds for border operations.


Are You Prepared?

Are you and your family prepared in the event of natural or man-made disasters? As we continue to face disasters that impact our communities, reducing the impacts of these disasters becomes a whole community effort. That effort includes the roles of individuals ensuring that they, and their families, are prepared and have supplies to survive as response agencies may become overwhelmed, especially during larger disasters. What actions can you take? Be Informed - Make a Plan - Build a Kit - Get Involved. For more preparedness tips, click on one of the pictures or the button below.

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