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Non-Emergency Numbers:

Office of
Emergency Management
304-822-7513

E-mail:

mikec@hampshireoes.com

Augusta
Rescue: 304-496-8223
V.F.D.: 304-496-7971

Capon Bridge
Rescue: 304-856-3109
V.F.D.: 304-856-3268

Capon Springs
Fire + Rescue
304-874-3739

Lamberts Ambulance
304-822-7124

Levels
Fire + Rescue
304-492-5331

North River (Rio)
Fire + Rescue

304-496-8421

Romney
Rescue: 304-822-4019
V.F.D.: 304-822-5141

Slanesville
Fire + Rescue
304-496-8411

Springfield
Rescue: 304-822-7594
V.F.D.: 304-822-3007

 

 

Emergency Messages

The Hampshire County Office of Emergency Management will use this space to post up-to-date emergency messages and information during any situation which is expected to cause a potential threat to the lives and property of the citizens of our county. When severe weather is forecasted or occuring, please monitor local radio stations, NOAA weather radio, www.hampshirereview.com and this site for more information.

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LOCAL WEATHER DATA:

Please see the weather station links to the left for data which is continually uploaded from weather stations throughout the county via the Citizens Weather observer program.

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Fire, EMS & Law Enforcement related Trainings and Events

Please see the "Calendar of Events" link for training opportunities and events related to EMS, Fire and Law Enforcement. This information will be available as it is provided to us. If you have training information or events scheduled that are open to anyone in those areas, please email us with the information.

 

WINTER WEATHER RELATED LINKS:

Before a Winter Storm: http://www.fema.gov/hazard/winter/wi_before.shtm

Winter Weather Terms: http://www.fema.gov/hazard/winter/wi_terms.shtm

During a Winter Storm: http://www.fema.gov/hazard/winter/wi_during.shtm

Flooding potential after Winter Storms: http://www.fema.gov/hazard/flood/index.shtm

 

 
 
 
 
 
Through planning, training and exercising, we prepare ourselves, citizens and responders to minimize the loss of lives and property. We will coordinate effective disaster response and recovery efforts in support of local organizations.