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Visit the Office of Emergency Management webpage for emergency and disaster Preparedness, Response and Recovery information

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. 

 Visit KPB Joint Information Center for multi-agency
coordinated and collective incident specific information.

In a major disaster, it might be several days before vital services are restored. Are you prepared? Visit the Disaster Information section of our Office of Emergency Management website.

The Kenai Peninsula Borough has developed several plans to assist responders and Incident Management Team operations during emergencies and mitigation plans to lessen or eliminate injuries or fatalities, damages and losses from natural and human-caused hazards. To view these plans please visit the Plans Overview section of the Office of Emergency Management website.

Emergency Management & Preparedness Links

Alaska Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management - Statewide information on preparedness and response to homeland security and emergency management in Alaska.
Plan Ahead for Disasters - Nationwide information on preparedness and response
Ready For Kids - Information for helping youth, parents, and community members prepare and respond to disasters.



Interested in becoming a Service Area Board Member? The Kenai Peninsula Borough Clerk's Office is accepting online applications for select Board appointments.

Beginning as a Community Hall in 1956 serving as the volunteer fire department, Central Emergency Services continued to grow to become the Emergency Service Area for some 32,000 Kenai Peninsula residents.