The Office of Emergency Management (OEM) and Volunteer Services is responsible for establishing and
implementing plans to minimize the impact and affects that can occur before, during and after a disaster.
The Office of Emergency Management prepares the City and residents through pre-planning, training and exercises in the four phases of Emergency Management – Mitigation, Preparedness, Response and Recovery.
The Office of Emergency Management and Volunteer Services is responsible for:
- Operational readiness of the City's Emergency Operations Center (EOC)
- Collaborating and coordinating with City departments, neighboring cities, the County and State during an EOC activation or incident
- Developing, implements and maintains the City’s Emergency Operations Plan
- Coordinating and conducting training, drills and exercises for City staff
- Providing Disaster and Emergency Preparedness information to the community through outreach programs and public events
- Providing Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training, Terrorism Awareness Training and Mass Care & Shelter Training
- Volunteer Services
Office of Emergency Management
Emergency Operations Center
Monday – Thursday 7:30am – 5:30pm
Fridays – 8am – 4:30pm
OEM programs include:
- Alert MoVal
- Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
- Emergency Operations Center (EOC)
- Emergency Response Force (ERF)
- 2017 Local Hazard Mitigation Plan
The 2017 City of Moreno Valley Local Hazard Mitigation Plan (LHMP) is designed to reduce or eliminate the long-term natural or man-made hazard risks to human life and property. The LHMP is written so that all stakeholders can understand Moreno Valley's hazard risks and the city's corresponding mitigation strategy. Hazard mitigation responsibility rests with everyone. The City of Moreno Valley encourages its citizens to do mitigation planning at every level - at home, in the workplace and in their communities. Key components of the plan include hazard identification, asset inventory, risk analysis, loss estimation, and a mitigation strategy to reduce the effects of the hazards we have.
- Emergency Operations Plan 2019
- EOC Activation Levels
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