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P.O. Box 110
Rogers City, MI  49779
P: 989.590.7811
E: picoesc@picounty.org
Emergency Management Coordinator: Sarah Melching


“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 include prevention, preparedness, response, recovery, and mitigation. Click here to read more information.


Maximize Your Safety With CodeRED
CodeRED is the FREE community notification system available to Presque Isle County residents that will send you alerts concerning time-sensitive and/or emergency information that may impact your area via phone calls, text messages, emails, and social media.

Presque Isle County public safety officials encourage you to actively participate in emergency preparedness by remaining informed. Additionally, CodeRED weather warning taps into the National Weather Service’s Storm Based Warnings to automatically alert affected residents in the path of severe weather just moments after the warning has been issued. Safety is a two-way street, so be sure to register today to receive the information you need, when it matters, regarding events such as:

  • Missing Persons/Children
  • Evacuation Notices
  • Natural Disaster
  • Boil Water Advisories
  • Inclement Weather Warnings
  • Criminal Activities
  • road Closures/Traffic Alerts
  • Shelter in place/Lockdowns

CodeRED Enrollment
There are several ways you can sign up for CodeRED alerts. TEXT on your mobile device; picounty to 99411, download the mobile app from the app or google play store, or you can click here or on the icon above to signup for CodeRED Alerts


CodeRED Mobile Alert App
Alert app provides advanced, real-time, location-specific alerts to subscribers within the reach of a given location generated by public safety officials across the United States and Canada who use the CodeRED community notification system to effectively alert and inform residents to save lives.
CodeRED Mobile App Link


Additional Resources
CodeRED Enrollment
CodeRED Mobile App
CodeRED Sign Up Notification
CodeRED Text Flyer


Joint Permit Application Information (JPA)
Information for Permit Application
Joint Permit Application
Joint Permit Application Fees
Joint Permit Application Instructions


Resources
2014 Hazard Mitigation Final
Disaster Assistance Information Form
Do One Thing
Emergency Management Division Michigan State Police
FEMA
FEMA’s Online Library
Kids Guide to Building a Disaster Supply Kit
National SKYWARN
NOAA Gaylord
Nurses Guide to First Aid and Disaster Preparedness
Ready
US EPA 


Soil Erosion and Flooding Information
Local County Soil Erosion Application
Local Site Plan Map
National Flood Insurance Fact Sheet
Shoreline Flooding and Erosion


Be Prepared
Create an Emergency Preparedness Plan for your Family In the event of an emergency, natural or otherwise, it is important to make sure that your family’s basic needs are being met and that they are safe. The most effective way to do this is to have a plan in place. It’s very easy to panic during an emergency; being mentally and physically prepared may help to minimize that feeling of panic and enable you to keep your family calm, cool, collected, and most importantly, safe. An emergency preparedness plan should include a disaster supply kit, as well as any emergency essentials. Emergency preparedness supplies should also be arranged and easily accessible. While your family’s emergency plan will be unique to you, there are a few general points that will help to best prepare you for success.