If you are currently experiencing a personal emergency such as a fire, medical or law enforcement emergency, etc. - call 9-1-1. If an emergency is happening in your neighborhood or local area, tune to a local radio or television station to receive information.
Welcome to the City of Springfield’s Emergency Management Program page.
Here you will find links to lots of resources that will help you prepare yourself, family, home, and business for an emergency.
News and Public Notices
Do you live in the Eugene-Springfield metro area and want to be prepared to respond to emergency situations within your community? The City of Eugene is offering a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training this spring to train CERT volunteers to be able to give critical support and provide immediate assistance to disaster victims. Learn more about the training and how to sign up here.
Lane County has a new website with Emergency Preparedness information predominantly displayed. Check it out here!
#GetReadySpfld by volunteering! There are several volunteer organizations with the mission to serve others during emergencies and disasters, like the American Red Cross. Locally, check out the Eugene-Springfield Area CERT Program at https://eugeneorcert.samariteam.com
Make a Plan. Make a Kit. Be Informed. Be Ready.
You never know when an emergency may strike our area. It is important that you are
prepared and know what to do to protect your family and your property.
Ask yourself these questions.
- Do I know what emergencies or disasters are most likely to occur in this area?
- Do I have a family disaster plan in place and have we practiced it?
- Do I know where I can go for help in the case of an emergency?
- Do I have an emergency preparedness kit?
- Has anyone in my household been trained in the proper actions to take in the
event of an emergency?
If you answered "No" to any of these questions there are a number or resources available to help you prepare for any event.
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