Emergency Management

Emergency management is a dynamic process for each community in Hamilton County. Every disaster scenario is unique in its cause and impact. The Village of Golf Manor partners with the Hamilton County Emergency Management & Homeland Security Agency (EMHSA) to plan, prepare and execute emergency plans in the event a catastrophic event would impact our community.

It is the responsibility of the Village with EMHSA to plan for the unplanned. EMHSA is authorized by Ohio Revised Code to work with the Village and coordinate and administer countywide all-hazards emergency management and disaster preparedness functions for Hamilton County and its political subdivisions.

Through EMHSA, disaster preparedness and public safety related emergency management activities are coordinated to serve and protect the public. Hamilton County EMHSA is concerned with all natural and manmade hazards including international and domestic acts of terrorism and homeland security functions.

A “whole community approach” to emergency management is utilized in Hamilton County. It reinforces the fact that the EMHSA is only one part of an emergency management team. With Village government and the cooperation of our residents, we will leverage all resources in order to meet the needs of the entire community.

Please visit the Hamilton County Emergency Management & Homeland Security Agency website here for additional information.


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