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  • Hot Weather

    Hot Weather

    Pets and children should never be left in a vehicle. Temperatures rapidly increase which can cause serious injury and death.

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  • Bear Awareness

    Bear Awareness

    Help prevent black bears in your neighborhood. Keep garages closed, car doors locked, pet food inside, and use bear-proof trash cans.

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  • Prepare Seminole Guide

    Prepare Seminole Guide

    The Prepare Seminole Guide is available at city halls, government buildings, libraries, senior centers, parks and private businesses.  

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NEWS / EVENTS / PRESS RELEASES


 
 

25Jun

Unified Command School Jun 25-27

This program is for senior officers in emergency management, fire, law enforcement, and schools.

9Jul

G-400 Advanced I.C.S. Training July 9-10

G-400 Advanced Incident Command System Command & General Staff: Complex Incidents. July 9-10 0800-1700 (8am-5pm)

12Jul

3rd Quarter LMS Meeting

The Seminole County Local Mitigation Strategy (LMS) Working Group will meet to discuss mitigation activities.

12Jul

2018 Whole Community Exercise

Seminole County Office of Emergency Management in coordination with Seminole HEART (Home-based Emergency Assistance Response Team) will be hosting an exercise / workshop to help faith-based, community, and non-profit organizations develop ways to plan for the impacts of a Hurricane, or other disaster event.

20Jul

WebEOC Training

WebEOC is the new software management system used in field operations and inside the Emergency Operations Center.

25Jul

NIMS/Disaster Roles Training

NIMS/Disaster Roles Training for New Employees