Emergency management is a coordinated effort, involving local, state, and federal government agencies as well as volunteer organizations and businesses.
Within an integrated emergency management framework, these entities assist citizens and their communities to prepare for, respond to, recover from, and eliminate or reduce the effects of natural, man-made, civil, and technological emergencies or disasters.
April 2019 Flood Resources from Scott County EMA.
Residents who are currently impacted with the current flooding, and don’t have access to clean, potable water, are eligible to received donated bottled water. Find full information about potable water distribution.
On April 11th, 2019, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds signed a disaster proclamation for Scott County as one of several Iowa Counties impacted by flooding. That proclamation...
Regular meeting of the Scott County Emergency Management Commission.
Meetings are normally held at the Scott County Emergency Management Agency office conference room, at 1100 E. 46th Street, Davenport, IA.
This is a reminder that the next scheduled meeting of the Scott County Emergency Management Commission is scheduled for Thursday April 18, 2019. Please note that we have pushed the meeting start time back to 6:30p to give time for the Scott County Board of Supervisor member(s) following their meeting earlier that same evening....
On April 11th, 2019, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds signed a disaster proclamation for Scott County as one of several Iowa Counties impacted by flooding. That proclamation means that grant assistance and case management services are available to impacted residents for needs including: auto and home repairs, clothing, food and emergency housing. Individuals and families must meet income eligibility guidelines to qualify for the Iowa Individual Assistance Grant Program. There are no income eligibility guidelines for case management assistance.
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RECOGNIZING NATIONAL PUBLIC SAFETY TELECOMMUNICATOR’S WEEK
APRIL 14TH – APRIL 20TH, 2019
Each year, the second full week of April is dedicated to the men and women who serve as Public Safety Telecommunicator’s.
This week is designated to recognize those Public Safety Telecommunicator’s who serve the public in countless ways without due recognition by the beneficiaries of their services.
We at SECC would like to recognize our Public Safety Telecommunicators and thank them for their service and commitment to the profession.
The Scott County Emergency Management Agency will be working with the American Red Cross to distribute bottled water to residents that are being affected by the flood. Residents who are currently impacted with the current flooding, and don’t have access to clean, potable water, are eligible to received donated bottled water. Potable Water Distribution point will be at the former Pleasant Valley Fire Station building, 24495 Valley Dr. Bettendorf, IA 52722.
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