Emergency Management Agency
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The Emergency Management Agency is the disaster staff to the County Commissioners during a major disaster. The Agency is also responsible to assist in developing mitigation plans to lesson the impact of disasters.
The Mission of the Bucks County Emergency Management Agency is to maintain an organization of government, industrial and volunteer agencies in a state of readiness and training to take immediate countermeasures to save lives, property, and alleviate human hardship and suffering under major disaster conditions.
We keep track of the chemical companies and the chemicals covered under federal SARA Title III Right to Know Act. We are the administrative branch and contact agency for the Local Emergency Planning Committee. Make contact with the office regarding questions about chemicals or chemical companies in Bucks County.
The Emergency Management Agency normal operation hours are Monday to Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM. We develop and run disaster exercises to make sure everyone is prepared in the event of a real disaster. This agency goes to schools, and service groups to speak about emergency preparedness, for both natural and man made emergencies.
Harry H. Crohe
Operations & Training Officer
Robert J. Fink
Emergency Management Specialist
Bucks County Emergency Preparedness Guide
Post Flooding Information and Resources
Citizens' Emergency Personal Protection Guide
Emergency Notification Registration--ReadyNotifyPA
Bucks County LEPC
Special Needs Registry - Bucks, Chester and Montgomery Counties have jointly developed this registry to allow citizens with special needs and their associates an opportunity to provide information to emergency response agencies, so emergency responders can better plan to serve them in a disaster or other emergencies.
Scott T. Forster
Emergency Management/Services Director
Ivyland, PA 18974