The next Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training begins February 15 in Soldotna.  Access the full schedule and sign up online.

Register your cell phone to receive emergency messages

Current Weather Warnings, Watches and Advisories


Changing the Way Alaskans Find Help

No matter where you live in Alaska, Alaska 2-1-1 is your one-stop resource for connecting with a wide variety of vital resources in your community including emergency food and shelter, disability services, counseling, senior services, healthcare, child care, drug and alcohol programs, legal assistance, transportation needs, educational opportunities, and much more.

Soldotna Public Safety Communication Center
911 - What You Need to Know pdf 
Can emergency responders find you if you call 911?   Verify your address

Emergency Management Links
Alaska Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management
Federal Emergency Management Agency

511 DOT Road Conditions


Emergency Operations Plan 
All-Hazard Mitigation Plan
Community Wildfire Protection Plans 
Emergency Operations Center Guide 
Interagency All Lands / All Hands Action Plan 

City Links





Peninsula and Alaska News Sources 
Peninsula Clarion
Homer News
Homer Tribune
KBBI Radio 
KDLL Radio
Radio Kenai
Seldovia Gazette 
Seward City News 
The Redoubt Reporter 
The Seward Phoenix Log
Turnagain Times 
Alaska Dispatch News 
KTUU Channel 2 
KTVA Channel 11 

Citizen Corps

Citizen Corps Summer 2015 Newsletter pdf

The Kenai Peninsula Citizen Corps program offers training and volunteer opportunities within the Community Emergency Response Team, or CERT program. CERT trains individuals how to prepare for disasters and help themselves, neighbors, and community in the event of a disaster. The goal of the program is to train residents to become prepared and be able to act as a bridge to professional responders if necessary.

Questions about the Citizen Corps programs?  Email Dan Nelson, KPCC Coordinator, or call Dan at 262-2098.

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Are you prepared for a disaster?
In a major disaster, it might be several days before vital services are restored.  Are you prepared?  Visit

Why you should have a NOAA Weather Radio pdf
All Hazard Alert Broadcast System (Sirens) 
Recent History of Local Emergencies & Disasters

Employee Links 
Employee Email
Employee Self-Service Portal