Presque Isle County
Office of Emergency Management

Sarah Melching
P.O. Box 110
Rogers City, MI  49779

“Failing to prepare is preparing to fail”



The Office of Emergency Management is charged with the development and continuous maintenance  of a Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan to serve the people and property of Presque Isle County. Our primary missions includes prevention, preparedness,response, recovery and mitigation.


Presque Isle County Emergency Management works in conjunction with:

    • Area Law Enforcement Agencies
    • Fire Departments
    • Emergency Medical Services
    • Community Emergency Response Team (C.E.R.T.)
    • Local and Statewide Search and Rescue Teams
    • R.A.C.E.S. / Amateur Radio
    • American Red Cross
    • National Weather Service
    • United States Coast Guard
    • District #4 Health Department
    • County Road Commission
    • Department of Human Services
    • Additional Federal Agencies
    • Salvation Army
    • Region 7 Homeland Security Planning Board
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