Manmade or natural, disasters can strike at any time. The Okanogan County Emergency Management Department (EMD) provides leadership, planning, education and resources to protect lives, property and the environment in the event a disaster was to strike Okanogan County.
Sheriff Frank Rogers serves as the County's Emergency Management Director with the day-to-day operations overseen by Emergency Manager Scott J. Miller. EMD's primary responsibility is to provide for the safety of the residents and visitors within Okanogan County. This is accomplished through a comprehensive multi-hazard planning process that involves mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery combined with a strong working relationship with county departments, all levels of government, volunteer organizations, and the private sector.
The emergency management team is committed to provide effective leadership through community partnerships and to keep the community safe and provide information to the public on how to protect and plan for emergencies.
We encourage you to check out our website (http://okanogandem.org/)! We hope you will find this web page a good resource for protecting yourself, your family, business, and community. Working together we can make Okanogan County a safer, healthier place to live, work, and play!
This is the link to the Okanogan County Emergency Managemnet Web Site
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If you have an emergency or need a deputy to respond, call 911
To file a report over the phone, call the Dispatch Center, (509) 422-7232.
Other business call (509) 422-7200 to be directed to the correct location.
Okanogan County Sheriff's Office
123 5th Ave
Okanogan WA, 98840
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