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Douglas and Coos County Strategic Emergency Management Plans
The primary purpose of this project is to develop strategic emergency management plans for the Douglas and Coos County Emergency Management (EM) programs. Secondarily, the project will identify strategic opportunities for regional planning and collaboration between the two counties’ emergency management programs. Through the development of goals, strategies and actions, Douglas and Coos Counties will ensure the maintenance of core emergency management capabilities over the next five to ten years. For more information, please visit the project page.