Take Care to Not Cause a Wildfire When Hunting
The Oregon Department of Forestry would like to remind everyone to Take Care to Not Cause a Wildfire When Hunting
Hunting season kicks into high gear Satu. . .... read more
Lost Creek Inundation Map Viewing
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will provide the opportunity for residents and business owners along the Rogue and Applegate rivers to view dam failure inundation maps in Sha. . .... read more
FIRE DANGER LEVEL INCREASES TUESDAY ON ODF-PROTECTED LANDS
Fire Danger Level Increases Tuesday
The fire danger level on lands protected by the Oregon Department of Forestry in Jackson and Josephine counties rises to “extreme” (red). . .... read more
Every person who lives or works in Josephine County shares responsibility for minimizing the impact of disaster on our community.
Josephine County Emergency Management program is responsible for coordinating activities related to county-wide planning, mitigation, response, and recovery from natural and man-made disasters. Emergency Management is responsible for coordinating revisions for all emergency operations plans, administering Homeland Security grants, and many other pre-event administrative activities. Emergency Management relies on close coordination with local and state agencies, and community partners for preparedness activities and when responding to disasters.
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