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Delaware General Health District



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 reduce or eliminate the effects of day to day emergencies and large scale disasters in Delaware County through preparedness, mitigation, response and recovery.

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

Delaware County LEPC Hazmat Exercise (EOC)

Delaware County EMA Fan Drive – Pin Staff and EMA accept donated fans from the Delaware County Prosecutors’ Office.

Turn Around – Don’t Drown!

Delaware State Park Tornado Shelter/Safe Room

Hazardous Materials 40-hour Technician Course

Delaware County Ohio Emergency Operations Center (EOC)

Funnel Cloud in Delaware County –

What’s the difference between a funnel cloud and a tornado? The funnel cloud is not touching the ground.

Shelf Cloud over the City of Delaware

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10 Court Street
Delaware, OH 43015

(740) 833-2180


Monday – Friday

8am – 4:30pm


September is National Preparedness Month. Save. Save. Save. Only 48% of people have an emergency fund. Your emergency savings can help you get life saving items like food, shelter, and water in an emergency. @Delaware_Ohio @DelawareHealth @DelCoEMA @DCS_Pacers @MainStreet

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#DelCoEMA Specialist Weber met up with retired #DelCoEMA Ops Manager Lavender at the fair today. Thanks to @TriTownship for sharing this pic with us!

The Delaware County Homeland Security & Emergency Management’s (DCOHSEM) office will be open, and the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) will be placed in a “Monitoring Phase” on the day of the Little Brown Jug.

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