Emergency Management Agency


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The Emergency Management Agency is responsible for the judicious planning, assignment and coordination of all available resources in an integrated program of mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery for emergencies of any kind, whether from enemy attack, man-made or natural resources.

The purpose of Emergency Management is to:

  • Mitigate the effects of disasters
  • Prepare to respond and recover from disasters
  • Respond to emergency conditions
  • Recover from the effects of disasters

The Lackawanna County Emergency Management Agency is also responsible for organizing all locally available manpower, supplies, equipment and services necessary for disaster emergency readiness, response and recovery.

Links

www.Ready.gov
Accuweather
PPL Outage Center
PA Emergency Management Agency
National Weather Service, Binghamton
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Disaster Recovery/Disaster Help

River Gauges

Old Forge River Gauge
Archbald River Gauge
Leggett’s Creek Gauge

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Administrative Contacts

David Hahn
Director of Emergency Services
Phone: 570-307-7301
Fax: 570-307-7324
E-mail: hahnd@lackawannacounty.org

Rich Barbolish, ENP
Deputy Director of Emergency Management
Phone: 570-307-7304
Fax: 570-307-7324
E-mail: barbolishr@lackawannacounty.org

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Location

Lackawanna County
Center for Public Safety
30 Valley View Drive
Jessup, PA 18434