Emergency Management

  1. Irving Employees Complete Course on Emergency Preparedness and Team Building

    Every year FEMA designates September National Preparedness month, and this year it’s especially significant for the City of Irving. Personnel representing 21 city departments traveled in July for the agency’s Integrated Emergency Management Course. Read on...
  2. September is National Preparedness Month

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency has declared September as National Preparedness Month. The City of Irving encourages residents, business owners and commuters to incorporate strategies to be prepared in the event of an emergency. Read on...
  3. Help Irving Fire, Red Cross Sound the Alarm

    The Irving Fire Department is asking for volunteers to help with the delivery and installation of smoke alarms during the “Sound the Alarm. Save a Life” event on Oct. 7 Read on...
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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:

Be Prepared

Would you know what to do in an emergency? Irving's Assistant Emergency Management Coordinator offered tips on emergency preparedness during a program at the South Irving Library.

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