Emergency Management

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The Office of Emergency Management (OEM) is responsible for coordination of city services during a disaster. This includes creating plans to help the City of Irving be prepared, training with all departments throughout the city and exercising those plans. It also includes setting up the Emergency Operations Center when a large emergency has occurred.

OEM is actively looking for opportunities to build relationships with the public, as well as private businesses.
Emergency Assistance 
When assistance is needed for police, fire, and medical emergencies, call 911. The following are non-emergency assistance contacts:

Message from the Mayor 
Would you know what to do in an emergency? Irving Mayor Beth Van Duyne and the Office of Emergency Management want to ensure Irving
 residents are prepared. 

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