• Emergency Management

    Are you in need of notes from the 2018
    North Carolina Disaster Symposium?
    Follow our link to get updates on speakers
    and presentations as they become available.

  • Emergency Management

    State and local emergency managers work
    and train together to plan for, respond to,
    and recover from various disasters through
    community partnerships

Hurricane Matthew

Hurricane Matthew survivors can apply today for additional help through the ReBuild NC Housing Recovery program. Programs are available through North Carolina's Hurricane Matthew Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR). ReBuild NC Application Centers are now open in Cumberland, Edgecombe, Robeson and Wayne Counties. From January 8th, 2018 to February 8th, 2018, if you are a resident of another disaster declared county, you can call NC 2-1-1 to learn about help available in your county.

News

Jan
5

CDC Plans Session on the Medical Response to a Nuclear Detonation

With the¬†prospect of actual nuclear war breaking out between North Korea and the United States [….]

Jan
25

Snow and Falling Temperatures Making Road Conditions Treacherous

From the mountains to portions of the coast, snowfall amounts will continue to climb and temperatures fall creating more hazardous road conditions.

Jun
6

Broadband availability a challenge in rural areas.

When Donnie Shumate moved to Hyde County several years ago, his wife had to quit her work-from-home job with Amazon […]

Events

Aug
16

Healthcare Coalition Meeting (3rd Quarter)

August 16, 2018
Greenville, NC

Multi Hazard Threat Database

The Multi-Hazard Threat Database (MHTD) is a collection of secure and public facing web based applications that enhance strategic planning, emergency response, incident command structure and resource management during any natural disaster, product recall, terrorist attack, disease outbreak or other all-hazard event.

Mission

The mission of North Carolina Emergency Management Eastern Branch Office is to help North Carolinians prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters and emergencies.

The State EOC activates to allow the
State Emergency Response Team
(SERT) to monitor incident conditions,
coordinate response, and provide
support to counties.

Do you have questions for your local
emergency manager and you are not
sure how to contact them? We have
compiled contact information for you!

NC Emergency Management
has developed a number of plans
and guides to assist you and your
community with your resiliency
efforts.