Emergency Manager/911 Coordinator
106 2nd Ave. NE
Carson, ND 58529
Telephone: (701) 622-3944
DO NOT CALL THIS NUMBER IF YOU ARE TRYING TO REACH THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE OR HAVE AN EMERGENCY.
THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE PHONE NUMBER IS 701-622-3331.
FOR ALL EMERGENCIES DIAL 9-1-1
Mitigation Plan Draft Available for Review
The draft of the 2022 Grant County, North Dakota Multi-Jurisdictional Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan is now available for review on the Grant County and City of Elgin websites. A printed copy is also available at the Grant County Courthouse in the emergency manager’s office and the Elgin City Hall in the auditor’s office.
A public hearing to accept comments on the draft plan will be held from 7:00 to 7:30 p.m., MST on Thursday, December 1, 2022, in the courtroom at the Grant County Courthouse in Carson, North Dakota. The public hearing will review the draft plan, results from the mitigation survey, and public comments received. The public hearing will officially close at 7:30 p.m. and will be followed by a short Steering Committee meeting immediately thereafter.
The Steering Committee will review public comments received and participation by local jurisdictions and approve the draft plan to be submitted to the N.D. Dept. of Emergency Services (NDDES) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for approval. Once the plan receives approval pending-adoption, each incorporated jurisdiction included in the plan must pass an adoption resolution before an official approval letter from FEMA is issued.
To submit feedback or a comment on the plan, please contact Grant County Emergency Manager Patrick Diehl 701-622-3944; firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Grant County Emergency Manager has responsibility for the day-to-day emergency management programs. The Emergency Management Office cooperates with a network of local, state, and federal Emergency Management personnel. The Emergency Manager also coordinates with governmental agencies, law enforcement, fire, ambulance, and other emergency personnel, as well as private businesses; volunteer organizations; and individuals to identify potential hazards. In identifying potential hazards, the five phases of Emergency Management (Prevention, Preparedness, Mitigation, Response, and Recovery) are used to develop emergency plans for potential natural, technological, and adversarial hazards.
To get a new address or change an address, contact Grant County 911 Coordinator Patrick Diehl at 701-622-3944 or e-mail email@example.com.
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