Hurricane Katrina and the terrorist attacks of September 11th, 2001 caused many Americans to wonder how they can help prepare their communities.
Hamilton County Emergency Management offers a rewarding opportunity for members of the community to become involved in the county's emergency preparedness, response, and recovery efforts. With proper training and education, civilian volunteers expand the resources available to states and local communities. Many partner organizations offer public education, outreach and training for free.
Volunteers provide vital support to Hamilton County Emergency Management in the areas of:
Public Education and Community Outreach
Emergency Operations Center support
Volunteer qualification vary based on the position responsibilities and requirements. All volunteers candidates must successfully complete a background check.
If you are interested in becoming a Emergency Management Volunteer, please fill out and submit the forms below. You may email forms, mail, or drop off forms at the address listed on the forms.