Are you ready for life’s “what ifs?” No matter what the emergency may be, it’s always best to make a plan and build a kit.

Special Needs Registry

Do you know someone who may need some extra help during an emergency? Are you wheelchair bound or on oxygen? Fill out your information here and our responders will be able to give you priority assistance.

EM, LexCall & E-911 have a new home

Lexington Emergency Management, LexCall, E-911 and Police/Fire Dispatchers are all under one roof inside the Public Safety Operations Center

Here’s the story on the new PSOC.

Be Ready Stormy Days Ahead

October and November are Kentucky’s second “tornado season.” Temperatures can rise and fall quickly and that means uncertain, sometimes story weather. Know what to do before the tornado arrives.

Tornado and severe storm safety.

Learn About DEM

“Emergency management” is our name and our number one job – but what do we do around the DEM office when no disasters are happening?

Find out more about the emergency management cycle and how we help keep Lexington prepared and resilient.

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