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Emergency Management

Our Mission

To protect life and property and to ensure the safety, health and welfare of the citizens of Anchorage.

The Emergency Operations Center is at Operational Response Level:  NORMAL

Anchorage Emergency Conditions: 
Updated on September 30 at 7 A.M.- None

September is National Preparedness Month!

Anchorage Week 4 Focus is Power Outage/Cold Weather Emergency

Be prepared for winter storms and extreme cold by having a supply kit at home, in case you can’t get to the store for food.

Make sure you have an emergency kit in your car with survival supplies and items to provide traction if you become stuck, or to stop to help someone else.

Keep a supply kit at work also, in case the weather turns bad while you are there and you cannot leave.

Discuss with your loved ones what to do if they become stuck away from home and cannot communicate with you. Ensure everyone knows what to do and how to stay healthy in extreme cold (or if the power goes out for an extended period of time). Don’t forget to check on your neighbors also!

Here are some websites with great information on being prepared for extreme winter weather.

Anchorage Week 3 Focus is Earthquake Preparedness

Take precautions today, before an earthquake happens.

Know what to do during an earthquake! Drop, cover, hold on!

Right after an earthquake, check for injuries and damage...

Anchorage Week 2 Focus is Wildfire

(This information is taken from U.S. Fire Administration:)

Communities and individuals have roles and responsibilities that will increase their wildfire resilience:

• Be aware of and understand risks associated with wildfire.
• Take action to make homes and properties more “Firewise.”
• If wildfire strikes, be prepared to “Ready, Set, Go!”
• America’s PrepareAthon! asks everyone to take action, be counted, and spread the word.

Register your actions today at America's PrepareAthon!.

For more information on wildfire, visit the USFA website.

Anchorage Week 1 Focus is Urban and Flash Flooding

Remember "Turn Around, Don't Drown!"



Staying Informed During a Disaster

KFQD Radio 750 AM and 103.7 FM

Stay Connected to the Information that Matters Most:

Text your zip code to 888777 and receive real-time alerts and advisories directly from police, fire, and other Muni agencies.

Alaska United Way

If YOU have an emergency, CALL 9-1-1


    • Emergency Management
    • Director: Kevin Spillers
    • 1305 E Street, Anchorage, AK 99501
    • 907 343-1401