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Emergency Management Program

Emergency Management Programs for Tigard Citizens
Map Your Neighborhood Map Your Neighborhood
Tigard is offering free Map Your Neighborhood (MYN) training to help neighbors prepare for disasters. The training identifies:
  • How to secure your home and protect your neighborhood immediately following a disaster.
  • Neighbors who have emergency response skills and equipment.
  • Shut-off sites for natural gas, propane tanks and water service.
  • Neighbors who may require special assistance, like children and the elderly.
  • A neighborhood gathering site and care center.
We’ll bring the training to you! The city has several trained volunteers who will come to your neighborhood, provide MYN training and help you establish an emergency action plan. To learn more about MYN training, or to schedule a presentation, please provide your name, address and phone number to Emergency Management Coordinator Mike Lueck at 503-718-2593 or mikel@tigard-or.gov.

Code Red
CodeRED Getting the word out about an emergency is essential to public safety. Tigard’s new CodeRED emergency notification system can do just that. Register today.




Community Emergency Response Team
CERT Our training promotes a partnering effort between emergency services and the people that they serve. The goal is for emergency personnel to train members of neighborhoods, community organizations, or businesses in basic response skills.

Sign up for Citizen Emergency Response Team Training today!

View the Fall 2014 Class Schedule:
Fall 2014 Term begins September 2, 2014

In the News
New web-based computer game helps families prepare for catastrophic disasters
In the game, the player takes the role of a "Disaster Hero" contestant in a high-tech game show.

Be Smart!
Sign up today for the Fall 2014 Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training

Severe Weather Shelters/Warming Centers
BE ADVISED: Details may change without notice
Emergency Planning Documentation
- Continuity of Government (COG) Plan
- Emergency Operations Plan
- Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan
- Washington County Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan
Contact
Mike Lueck
Emergency Management/Safety Coordinator
503-718-2593 | mikel@tigard-or.gov

After-Hours Emergency Contact Info
To report water, stormwater, sewer, street or park emergencies outside regular business hours, contact the after-hours answering service at 503-639-1554.

General Emergency Information
- Download a variety of emergency-related information
72 Hour Kit, Neighborhood Resources Inventory, Family Member Locator Plan, and more...
- CodeRED Tigard’s new CodeRED emergency notification system can quickly get the word out about an emergency.
- Tigard Partners Being Prepared
Valuable Tips: Earthquake Preparedness | Volcano Preparedness | Pet Preparedness
- Emergency Preparedness Tip
View the "Take 5 to Survive" public service announcement on water storage and purification.

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CONTACT US
City of Tigard, 13125 SW Hall Blvd, Tigard, OR 97223
Automated Phone Attendant: 503-639-4171
Additional Contact Information | Map and Directions | Location and Hours of Operation


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