Rio Arriba County Emergency Preparedness

 

 

 

Mission Statement: 
The mission of the Office of Emergency Management is to prepare for and reduce the effects of natural or man-made disasters through planning, mitigation, response and recovery.


Important Links:

EMS Contacts

72 Hour Emergency Kit Info

www.whatstheplan.org
www.nmdhem.org
www.nmema.org
www.health.state.nm.us
www.srh.noaa.gov
www.redcross.org
www.fema.gov
www.ready.gov
training.fema.gov

EmergencyManagementEDU.org

http://www.lasacequias.org/



Projects
The projects slated for FY2006 will be based on mandated requirements from both the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Emergency Management Agency. They will include measures to ensure compliance with the National Incident Management System (NIMS). The compliance with NIMS must be completed prior to October 2006 and will require participation from all elected officials and Directors within the County. This requirement will be tied to all future funding.
Homeland Security

National Incident Management System Compliance
The NIMS compliance mandate ensures that all levels of government respond to natural or man-made disasters in a efficient and effective manner. NIMS is comprised of several components involving the Incident Command System, Management of Resources, Public Information and Unified Command

Objectives

  1. Conduct Staff training of IS700 to familiarize all staff with the requirements of NIMS

  2. Train Directors and Elected Officials to the IS- Intermediate level

  3. Conduct a county wide table top exercise to reinforce lessons learned

  4. Work with Directors to ensure development of county resources to include type and kind

  5. Conduct capability assessment with local response agencies to enhance response to CBRNE incidents.

  6. Train responders with courses designed for hazardous materials response to include:

    Hazardous Materials: Awareness

    Hazardous Materials: Operations

    Critical Incident Management

  7. Work with NMDPS to secure funding for full-scale exercise in Sept. 2006

  8. Establish time line for training

  9. Secure location

  10. Establish exercise design time for scenario



Location:

1122 Industrial Park Road
Espanola, New Mexico 87532
Office (505)747-1941
Fax (505)747-2338






Mateo DeVargas, Emergency Preparedness Director

Staff:

Teresa Lopez, Secretary I

 


NMDOH Ebola Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) - issued 10/14/2014


Information on recent flooding in rio arriba county

All Rio Arriba County residents experiencing flooding damage to their property, please submit photos of the damage as well as contact information including physical address to the Emergency Preparedness Office at tmlopez@rio-arriba.org. For additional information call 505-747-1941 or see Flooding FAQ's.

 

Governor Susana Martinez passed Exectutive Order 2014-013 "DECLARING AN EMERGENCY THROUGHOUT NEW MEXICO DUE TO MONSOONAL FLOODING" on August 6, 2014 days after County Commissioners signed Resolution 2015-011 "DECLARATION OF DISASTER FOR RIO ARRIBA COUNTY"

 

 

Application for Assistance (Ditch Associations)


 

 

Rio Arriba Hazard Mitigation final draft for review.