Those activities which governments, organizations, and individuals develop to save lives and minimize injuries and property damage. Those activities which follow a disaster and are designed to prevent loss of lives and property and provide emergency assistance. Those activities which eliminate or reduce the probability of disaster. Short and long term activities which return all systems to normal or improved standards.

Emergency
Dial 9-1-1


NON-EMERGENCY

NUMBERS

Homeland Security &
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

 

 

Sheltering is available in Springfield (2/10/10). Additional shelters will be available if needed.

Please call 304-822-7513.

Please do not call 9-1-1.


 

 
 
 
 
 
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.

 

 

 

 

Mike Crouse
Director of Emergency Services

Brian Boley, Deputy Director
of Emergency Services

Greg Ganoe Communications/Information Technology Coordinator

CJ Ganoe-Aylor, Director of
Emergency Operations Center

Daisy McBride
EOC Data Coordinator

Mike Smith
EOC Shift Leader