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Sarah Moser, Emergency Management Coordinator
The Emergency Management Director is appointed by the Clayton County Emergency Management Commission. The Director's office is located in the Clayton County Office Building.
The duty of the Emergency Management Director is to administer disaster services programs such as severe weather warning and assist in the federal and state agencies in disasters.
This past year we have worked closely with the Clayton County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) and Upper Mississippi Gaming Corporation (UMGC) to secure the funding needed to purchase 4 Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs). We were fortunate to be awarded $2500 at the end of October by the UMGC. CCSO and Emergency Management then contributed the remaining funds needed. We now have an AED in every CCSO patrol vehicle to help decrease the amount of time an individual goes without initial lifesaving care. Thank you again to everyone who assisted with this project.”
Burn Ban Information
Find answers to frequently asked questions regarding burn bans in Clayton County.
Emergency Management Agency
View a listing of Emergency Management Agency Commissioners, and view the agency's meeting agendas and minutes.
Nixle Community Information Service
The Nixle Community Information Service helps keep you and your family safe, informed, and connected to your community 24/7.
Preparing for a Disaster
Learn eight ways that you can prepare yourself and your family for potential disaster scenarios.
Putting Your Cell Phone on ICE Can Save Your Life
When seconds count, law enforcement and other emergency response personnel need answers fast so they can quickly and safely give you or your loved ones medical care. Putting your cell phone on ICE could save your life.
During tornado season, it's a good idea to review how to be best prepared for them. Find some tornado safety tips provided by the Red Cross.
Winter Weather Safety
Every winter, people die in America from exposure to cold, carbon monoxide poisoning, traffic accidents on icy and snowy roads, and heart attacks when shoveling snow. To survive a winter storm, you must be prepared. When winter is here, follow these tips.