Earthquake Damage Information Handout
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To protect life and property and to ensure the safety, health and welfare of the residents of Anchorage.
The following information was updated
Friday, September 13 at 5:00pm.
The Emergency Operations Center is at Response Operations Level - 1. EOC Response Team Members do NOT need to respond to the EOC unless otherwise notified.
Anchorage Mass Care Response 2019 Situation Updates:
From the Anchorage Fire Department:
BURN BAN HAS BEEN LIFTED!
The Municipality of Anchorage no longer issues Burn Permits. As a reminder the following are always prohibited within the Municipality of Anchorage at any time:
- The use of burn barrels or burning trash, garbage, construction materials, or other non-cured firewood is prohibited.
- Burning of yard debris including leave, grass and tree limbs is prohibited. All vegetation waste and woody debris must be disposed of through curbside trash removal, the Solid Waste Service's transfer site, primary landfill or the wood lot.
Contact AFD's Forester if you have questions at 267-4902.
To receive information, tips, and other messaging concerning emergency preparedness on your smartphone from the Office of Emergency Management, text your MOA Zip Code to 888-777 (Nixle).
You can also sign up at
Nixle.com to receive email messages and adjust your account preferences.
Click on the picture for a printable version of: Evacuations and Sheltering FAQ!
Staying Informed During a Disaster
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Text your zip code to 888777 to receive emergency preparedness messages from the OEM, as well as real-time alerts directly from police, fire, and other Muni agencies.
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YOU have an emergency, CALL 9-1-1