|Liz Jessee, Director
27 N. 2nd Avenue
Walla Walla, WA 99362
Sign up for the Walla Walla Emergency Management Citizen Alert
system by clicking on the icon below:
Regístrate para el sistema de Alerta Ciudadana para Emergencias en Walla Walla seleccionando el cuadro abajo:
The Walla Walla Emergency Management Citizen Alert system is able to alert residents about severe weather, fires, floods, toxic environmental issues, radiological events and other emergencies. Messages can be sent to residents on any communication path desired – cell phone, home phone, email, text messaging, fax, pager, PDA and more – ensuring that residents receive life-saving emergency information and important public service announcements in minutes. Citizens listed in the County’s white pages landline phone database are automatically subscribed to emergency alerts by phone. Citizens may also self-register their cell phone, VOIP phone, email, text message device, fax, TDD, and pager.
THIS IS A GEOGRAPHIC BASED SYSTEM. YOU MUST ENTER A VALID STREET ADDRESS TO RECEIVE NOTIFICATIONS.Already signed up for Walla Walla Emergency Management Citizen Alert
system? Update your information by clicking on the icon below:
- Text your Walla Walla County zip code on your mobile phone to 888777
- You will get a reply that you’ve been enrolled with an option to select Spanish language
- You’ll now receive notifications on your cellphone from Everbridge
- Next you will receive a text containing a link to our web portal registration site if you’re interested in adding additional contact information; if you are already enrolled you will be instructed to update your contact information at the web portal
- You’ll also receive a notification if you travel into a region that uses Everbridge and they send out a message
LOOKING FOR A FLOOD MAP?
The FEMA Flood Map Service Center (MSC) is the official public source for flood hazard information produced in support of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). Use the MSC to find your official flood map, access a range of other flood hazard products, and take advantage of tools for better understanding flood risk.
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS ACTIVE SHOOTER VIDEO
After the July 2012 shooting at a movie theater in Aurora, Colo., the city of Houston's Public Safety Office released a how-to video on surviving a shooter event.
Spanish Language Version: CORRA. ESCONDASE. PELEE. Sobreviviendo un Tiroteo. Versión en Español.
Walla Walla County is the first county in the Pendleton Weather Service coverage area within the State of Washington to receive this designation. Significant effort goes into obtaining the designation. Eligibility requirements include establishment of a 24-hour warning point and emergency operations center, having more than one method of receiving severe weather information and alerting the public, creating a system that monitors local weather conditions and developing a formal hazardous weather plan.
Get weather reports, forecasts and weather warnings through NOAA weather radio. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration broadcasts weather information on several frequencies in our area. The signals may be received by a weather radio, which can be purchased at most electronics stores for $30-60. When severe weather approaches, the radio will sound an alarm and activate an audio message about the weather. See the NOAA Weather Radio web site.
Walla Walla County Emergency Management prepares, coordinates or contributes to several disaster response plans. Review the plans here.
Walla Walla County Hazard Mitigation Plan
Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan
Community Wildfire Protection Plan
Walla Walla County Continuity of Operations Plan with Pandemic Annex
City of Walla Walla Evacuation Brochure
About Us and What We Do
Walla Walla County Emergency Management Department provides services to Walla Walla County and the Cities of Prescott, Waitsburg, College Place and Walla Walla.
Read about our mission and strategic plan.
Business Disaster Plan
Is your business prepared for a disaster? Learn what you can do and how Emergency Management can help.