The Office of Emergency Management (OEM) has the primary day-to-day area-wide responsibility for natural and human-caused disaster management, community preparedness and mitigation planning programs and activities. Visitors to our site can view disaster response and mitigation plans, preparedness information, and other important information.  The OEM also coordinates the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) and Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) volunteer program.


How do you receive your emergency notifications and information?

During an emergency you want to be able to quickly access information such as areas under evacuation. We can help you receive accurate and timely information through our KPB Alerts program.  In order to receive this information on your cell phone you need to complete the registration at .  By registering your cell phone on this site you are able to link your number to one or more physical locations so that you can receive emergency information relevant to your area.

Also, follow KPB Alerts on Facebook and Twitter to receive emergency updates and informaton.


KPB Virtual Joint Information Center:

Twitter:  @KPBAlerts


Wildfire Information for Before, During and After a Wildfire

Wildfire Season is upon us. Find information about how you can prepare your home to be defensible during a wildfire and information about current wildfires by visiting our
Disaster Information - Wildifre website.



 Learn about the Ready, Set, Go! program


Disasters don't prepare but YOU CAN! 

Find out how to get your household prepared by visiting our preparedness page:
Disaster preparedness information

CERT logo


Live in the Kenai Peninsula Borough?
Want to help during a disaster?
No emergency response training, that's ok too!
We want to help you get prepared and ready for next disaster!


Classes will be scheduled for the fall of 2019.  If you would like to be notified please complete the CERT sign up form.

CERT Class flyer 

Please feel free to post the flyer and encourage others to particiapte!