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Public Health Emergency Preparedness

Emergency Preparedness

Are you and your family prepared for emergencies?

Emergencies and disasters strike quickly and without warning, causing you to evacuate your neighborhood or confining you to your home. Whether faced with a family emergency or regional disaster, you are responsible for your family preparedness and disaster planning, and your efforts in planning will play a large role in how well you and your family “survive” the event. Local officials and relief workers will be activated in a disaster, but they cannot reach everyone right away. Medical help may not arrive at all, and 9-1-1 will be totally overwhelmed in a major disaster. It takes everyone doing their part to ensure they are prepared.

Click on image to download the Family Emergency Preparedness Guide (English or Spanish version):

Stay informed by receiving Emergency Notifications from Weber County:

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Emergency Services Program

Emergency Services staff strive to strengthen the communities’ ability to prevent, prepare for, respond to and recover from adverse public health threats and catastrophic events. We are continuously working on developing effective operational plans which we use to guide our preparedness and response activities. Another vital function of our program is to develop partnerships with local response agencies, hospitals and other health organizations. Working together as a group helps us approach preparedness as a whole community and learn how to reduce the impact of emergency events in our lives.

Weber-Morgan Medical Reserve Corps

Weber-Morgan Medical Reserve Corps (WMMRC), comprised of the Weber County MRC and Morgan County MRC Units, is part of a national network of volunteers committed to improving the public health, emergency response and resiliency of their communities. MRC volunteers include medical and public health professionals, as well as other community members without healthcare backgrounds. WMMRC members operate under the guidance of the Emergency Services Program of the Weber-Morgan Health Department.

Why Join?

The WMMRC is a diverse unit of volunteers from various backgrounds and experience levels who serve for numerous reasons that include:

• Enhancing overall personal and family preparedness and resilience.

• Providing public health and emergency services to communities.

• Belonging to a group of like-minded individuals with a strong sense of mission and purpose.

• Qualifying for special incentives (e.g., specialized training, CEUs).

• Building a professional resume or portfolio.

• And having a lot of FUN!

Join the WMMRC Now!

If you are a partner agency requesting MRC support for a community event, submit the following form:

Contact Information

Skyler Pyle

Emergency Services
Program Manager

Katie Lewis

Emergency Planner
MRC Coordinator

Andrea Williams

Emergency Planner