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Greeneville/Greene County Office of Emergency Management & Homeland Security
The Greeneville/Greene County Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security's Mission is to mitigate the potential effects of the various hazards that might impact the county, to prepare for the implementation of measures which will preserve life and minimize damage, to respond effectively to the needs of the citizens and local jurisdictions during emergencies, and to provide a recovery system to return the county and its communities to a normal status as soon as possible after such emergencies.
The Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security is tasked by TEMA and FEMA to coordinate and carry out a comprehensive plan to assist community efforts to prepare for, respond to, and recover from all types of man-made, technological, and natural disasters. This assistance is accomplished through planning, training, grant funding, and mitigation.
Quick Resource Links
- TEMA (Tennessee Emergency Management Agency)
- FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency)
- Office of Homeland Security
- Citizens Corp Program (CERT)
- National Weather Service (Morristown)
Important news releases will post in this location!
Director: Bill Brown
Deputy Directors: Harold Williamson and Allen Shipley
Operations Officer: Heather S. Sipe
Administrative Assistant: Letisha Smith
CERT/EMA Volunteer Coordinator: Teresa Baumann
Deputy Volunteer Coordinator: Cindy Kelley
310 South Main Street, Suite 2
Greeneville, TN 37743
Monday - Thursday 7:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Friday - CLOSED
Saturday and Sunday closed.
For ALL EMERGENCIES call 911, if not leave a message on the office answering machine (423) 798-1729 and someone will return your call as soon as possible.
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