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EMT Critical Care Class scheduled for January 2nd in Delhi has been cancelled
Delaware County Emergency Management
and Emergency Information

In 1991, the Delaware County Board of Supervisors realized the need to establish a full time centralized office to handle the changing field of Emergency Management.  The Emergency Services Office was established initially with a staff of one and has evolved extensively over the past eighteen years to where it is today.

The Emergency Services Office has strived to fulfill its mission to improve the quality of the County's ability to prepare, respond, recover, and mitigate life changing events which affect its' nearly 50,000 residents.

Currently, the office is charged with managing a multitude of tasks regarding emergency management.  Some of the responsibilities include fire coordination, EMS coordination, NYS EMS course sponsorship, AHA Training Center, 911 oversight and policy development, county addressing program, and managing all aspects of the Delaware County Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan.  The Delaware County Department of Emergency Services is proud to work hand in hand with all of the fire and emergency medical responders which call Delaware County home.

Emergency Information

In the event of an emergency (flood, severe winter storm, etc.), this page will contain up to date information, such as the location of the emergency, state of emergency, road closures, and any other news that is important for you to know.

In the event that Delaware County must open American Red Cross Shelters, you can find open shelters by clicking here.  This will take you to an interactive map which will enable you to see all the open shelters in Delaware County.

Click here to view current area School Closings and Delays
Click here for the Municipality Damage Assessment Form - a form designed for municipalities to assess storm damage to infrastructure

 


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