The East Greenwich Office of Emergency Management, established by federal and state statutes, works to prevent emergencies and strives to be prepared for any type of emergency that might occur.
These goals are accomplished through mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery.Follow Us On Facebook
Mickleton, NJ 08056
Fax: (856) 224-0296
Friday: 9:00am to 4:30pm
Deputy Mayor/Director of Public Safety
Emergency Management Coordinator
(856) 423-4322 ext.250
Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator
Robert J. DeMarzio, Jr., NJCEM
Emergency Services Committee
This committee is comprised of the Police, Fire, and Ambulance Chiefs, Fire Marshall, Emergency Management Coordinator, and Public Safety Director. The Committee addresses emergency issues within the township.
As part of the on-going update of the Gloucester County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan, a Preliminary Municipal Appendix is available for review that addresses natural hazard mitigation issues for our community.
The Preliminary Municipal Appendix can be downloaded from http://nj4hmp.com by clicking on “Gloucester County” and then clicking on “[insert your municipality]”.
Mitigation refers to activities that actually eliminate or reduce the chance of occurrence or the effects of a disaster. Recent research has shown that much can be done to either prevent major emergencies or disasters from ever happening, or if nothing else, at least reduce the damaging impact if they cannot be prevented.
The planning of how to respond in case an emergency or disaster occurs and working to increase resources available to respond effectively. Preparedness activities are designed to help save lives and minimize damage by preparing people to respond appropriately when an emergency is imminent. To respond properly, East Greenwich must have a plan for response, trained personnel to respond and necessary resources with which to respond.
Response is the activities occurring during and immediately after a disaster. These activities are designed to provide emergency assistance to victims of the event and reduce the likely hood of secondary damage.East Greenwich Office of Emergency Management, East Greenwich Police, and Local Fire, Police and Emergency Medical Service providers are primary responders.
This is the final phase of the emergency management cycle. Recovery continues until all systems return to normal or near normal. Short term recovery returns vital life support systems to minimal operating standards. Long term recovery from a disaster may go on for years until the entire disaster area is completely redeveloped, either as it was in the past or for entirely new purposes that are less disaster prone.
Sign Up for Gloucester Alert
Residents can sign up and keep informed! Gloucester County uses Gloucester Alert to immediately contact you during a major crisis or emergency. Gloucester Alert delivers important emergency alerts to all of your electronic devices when an incident or emergency occurs. This alert system is your personal connection to real time updates and instructions on where to go, what to do, what not to do and other important information.
Please go to http://www.gloucesteralert.com/ to take full advantage of this warning system!
NJ Register Ready
Register Ready – New Jersey’s Special Needs Registry for Disasters allows NJ residents with disabilities or access and functional needs and their families, friends, caregivers and associates an opportunity to provide information to emergency response agencies so emergency responders can better plan to serve them in a disaster or other emergency.
For more information, please visit NJ Register Ready or click here.