OEM opens center to help people affected by Hurricane Maria
OEM, partner agencies open Disaster Assistance Service Center to aid those who have come to Philadelphia after being displaced.
Part of the Plan: Donations
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Resources on natural disasters in the Caribbean, Puerto Rico & MexicoSeptember 21, 2017
Following recent events in the Caribbean and Mexico, the City has compiled a list of resources and ways to help.
Hurricane Harvey: What can Philadelphians do to help?September 1, 2017
The best way to quickly & effectively help survivors is through cash donations. Learn more, including how to give to trusted organizations.
Oct26EventPhiladelphia Local Emergency Planning Committee (PLEPC) Meeting10:00 am to 12:00 pmUS Coast Guard, Sector Delaware Bay: 1 Washington Ave., Phila, PA 19147Event
Philadelphia Local Emergency Planning Committee (PLEPC) MeetingOctober 26, 201710:00 am to 12:00 pm, 2 hoursUS Coast Guard, Sector Delaware Bay: 1 Washington Ave., Phila, PA 19147mapEstablished in 1987, the Philadelphia Local Emergency Planning Committee (PLEPC) is responsible for developing a comprehensive chemical emergency response plan for the City of Philadelphia. The PLEPC meets quarterly to assess resources and capabilities for dealing with hazardous materials incidents and emergencies. The committee focuses on planning, preventing, and responding to these events effectively. More info: www.phila.gov/ready
The Hazard Mitigation Plan (HMP) helps the city, state, and federal government understand to what degree hazards, like flooding or a blizzard, may affect Philadelphia.
The Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) establishes the doctrine and principles for the City of Philadelphia’s emergency management program.