Steven Shaw, Director

101 N. Jefferson St. Room B10
Mexico, MO 65265
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8 AM to 4 PM Or by Appointment
Office: (573) 473-5892
Mobile: (573) 473-7867
Fax: (573) 582-7401

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Audrain County’s Emergency Management Agency is responsible for the effective implementation of Audrain County’s Emergency management program, which includes developing guidelines and plans for all disasters, including natural and man made emergencies.  Our office is responsible for organizing and participating in related trainings, and facilitates communications between Local, State and Federal agencies involved in emergency response and recovery.

The Emergency Management Director serves as a Point of Contact (POC) during and after disasters, and acts as a liaison between the County and the State, and any Federal agencies that respond. This office is also in charge of the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) if activated during a disaster and the Director acts as chief of staff to the County Commissioners.

We are also available to assist the public in disaster education and look forward to opportunities to speak to schools, civic groups and other organizations.  We  offer assistance to all Agencies and Political Sub divisions throughout the County including Law Enforcement, Communications, Fire, Emergency Medical Services, Public Health, Industry and small businesses to develop and test their Emergency Operation Plans (EOP’s), and identify and procure a wide variety of grant funding opportunities for facilities, materials, equipment and training.

The Audrain County Emergency Management Agency participates in county wide, regional and state wide drills annually to test the effectiveness of the Local Emergency Operations Plan (LEOP).

Emergency preparedness is vitally important.  We will be adding various links to helpful websites for preparing and maintaining your safety during an emergency.


Helpful Emergency Preparedness Websites

Please visit the websites below for more information on staying prepared.

Alabama’s First Radio Response

Disaster Family Plan

Keeping Food Safe During an Emergency

Severe Winter Weather

Missouri Ready in 3 Program for Weather Preparedness

Missouri Department of Transportation Travel Information

FEMA’s Winter Awareness Campaign


Stay Informed

Emergency

Police, Fire or Ambulance:

Call:  911

National Weather Service

www.weather.gov/mexicomo

http://www.facebook.com/US.NationalWeatherService

Disaster Information

Audrain County

Emergency Management

Phone: 573-473-5896

Cell: 573-473-7867

emd@audraincounty.org

www.audraincounty.org

Facebook:  Audrain County Emergency Management Agency

Local information will air on KWWR 95.7 FM  and KXEO 1340 AM

SHELTER ASSISTANCE

American Red Cross- Greater Ozarks Chapter

Phone: 1-417-832-9500 or 1-866-206-0256

www.redcrossstl.org

http://www.facebook.com/RedCrossStL

PUBLIC HEALTH INFO

Audrain County Health Department

Phone: 573-581-1332

www.audraincountyhealth.org

VOLUNTEER RECOVERY RESOURCES

United Way 2-1-1

Phone: 2-1-1 or 800-427-4626

www.211missouri.org

Twitter.com/unitedway211

UTILITY INFO

Power Outages: Phone 1-888-863-9001 to report

Natural Gas Emergency: 9-1-1  Please be advised, if you smell or detect a natural gas leak within a structure, home, etc.  DO NOT use the phone in the vicinity it could spark an explosion.