COVID-19 Information:

Delaware General Health District

Ohio Public Health Advisory System

 


In the event of a disaster, Delaware County Emergency Management coordinates the county’s resources and agencies to reduce the impact it has on the county.

 

The Delaware County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management’s main goal is to save lives, prevent injuries, and protect property and the environment from “All Hazards” – Natural, Manmade, or Terrorism.

We strive to expedite the restoration of public services, the rehabilitation and recovery of individuals and businesses, and to return the community back to normal.

We achieve our goals through the four phases of emergency management (Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, and Recovery), conducting training and training exercises, and through education.

Emergency Operations Center Spring Exercise

Kids Safety Scenes at the Delaware County Fairgrounds

Public Information Officer Class

Delaware State Park Tornado Shelter/Safe Room

Hazardous Materials Drill at the Historic Courthouse

Severe Weather Monitoring in the Emergency Operations Center (EOC)

Shelf Cloud over the City of Delaware

Shelf Cloud over the City of Delaware

IMG_6847 Kids Safety Scenes G290 291 2018 Safe-room-dedication-ceremony DART drills 3 days at historic Court house 2.22 through 2.24 WX monitoring 2.7.19 severe storms a shelfie 1 June 8 2018 shelfie over city of delaware cemetary. gary mackey photo

 

Contact

10 Court Street
Delaware, OH 43015

Phone
(740) 833-2180

Hours

Monday – Friday

8am – 4:30pm

 

Help us - Help you. Please make sure your address is visible to your Fire/EMS and Law Enforcement. It can even help the pizza delivery guy.
@Delaware_Ohio @DelCoEMA @DelCoco911 @DelawareHealth @DCS_Pacers @MainStreetDel

It’s a beautiful day to donate a fan! 🌞 Drop your fan donations off at any Delaware Co. EMS or fire station to be delivered to @PeopleInNeedInc where they will be given to our Delaware County friends and neighbors who need relief from the heat. #GoodNeighbors #GreatCommunity

Even with the record quiet spring season, non-severe storms can still pose a dangerous risk, especially in the summer. Join us for our next interactive Let's Talk presentation coming up very soon discussing, you guessed it, lightning! SIGN UP HERE: http://ow.ly/ono550F7VMp

Fun fact: the narrow rotating column of air w/ showers responsible for reports of funnels this evening is present more often than you can see it. The very moist low-level environment is creating condensation clouds more easily tonight, making these vorticity tubes non-invisible!

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