Your Family's Safety
Hall County Emergency Management Agency encourages you to take an active interest in your family's safety. It is our goal that all residents will be ready to maintain self-sufficiency for 72 hours following a disaster. Here you will find the tools you need to prepare for a potential emergency, create a disaster kit and make a family disaster plan.
"If people have a kit that will last 72 hours, that gives emergency responders time to handle the most critical incidents first," Hall County EMA Director David Kimbrell says.
Preparing For All Emergencies
Hall County is working with officials in the federal, state, local and private sectors to prevent and respond to all types of emergencies, which contributes to a level of state and national preparedness that is critical to securing our state and county. However, a vigilant public increases the likelihood of coming through a disaster safely.
"The more people we prepare, the easier it is for emergency responders to do their jobs efficiently and effectively during a crisis," Kimbrell says.
In the Event of an Emergency
In the event of an emergency, tune in to local radio, television and newspaper outlets
for up-to-date information from Hall County Emergency Management
Agency. Shelter locations and other pertinent information will be
announced through those sources.