Municipalities who have not already completed their paperwork for the 2020 Fayette County Hazard Mitigation Plan are required to do so as soon as possible. The PowerPoint presentation from the update meeting is available for your reference as a PDF file. Click on this spreadsheet (opens in MS Excel), find your municipality, and then click this link (link will expire August 20, 2020) to download any forms that you need per the spreadsheet. Fill out the forms, and when complete (or if you have any questions), email them to Madeleine Fincham of Michael Baker International.
COVID-19 Coronavirus Information
Please visit the county’s COVID-19 page and PA Department of Health for any and the latest COVID-19 novel coronavirus information.The Department of Health and the Office of the State Fire Commissioner have issued guidelines for firefighters with regards to coronavirus precautions. Click here to read it.
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List of Approved Radios for Use on County Emergency Radio System
For police, fire, and EMS responders who want a quick reference showing what specific brands, makes, and models of public safety radios are permitted onto the system for programming, click here.
The Fayette County Emergency Management Agency’s (FCEMA) mission is to support the direction, coordination and deployment of emergency services and resources in Fayette County to protect the citizens, property and environment of Fayette County.
Programs & Preparedness
Fayette County has established a comprehensive program to include planning, prevention, mitigation, response and recovery for any natural or man-made event.
A major element of preparedness is public education and outreach - FCEMA provides these services through training and preparedness programs at no cost to individuals and groups in the County.