Sunday, May 19, 2013
The Emergency Preparedness Department is tasked with preparing Public Health, its partners and the community to respond to adverse events that affects the public’s health in our community.
Activities are planned in cooperation with the public, healthcare and safety organizations in Montgomery and surrounding counties ensuring the West Central Region of Ohio is ready for emergency events.
Emergency Response Plans for PHDMC are located in the “Downloadable Files” section below. We welcome public feedback on the Plans. Please send comments by email to the email address on the right.
The 2013 ozone-monitoring season officially began on April 1. Ozone pollution is formed from emissions from cars and industry on warm sunny days.
RAPCA measures ozone pollution at six locations in five counties – Clark, Greene, Miami, Montgomery and Preble – and provides daily air pollution forecasts. RAPCA issues Air Pollution Advisories when ozone pollution is expected to be unhealthy for sensitive individuals.Read more