Emergencies can happen at any time. Whether they are natural or man-made emergencies, residents and businesses should always be prepared. This page will provide you with information and links regarding emergency preparedness.
Please look for the current information regarding large scale emergencies here. You may also find additional information on Facebook at "Longmont Fire Police OEM" or on Twitter @LongmontPS.
During the first hours and days following a disaster, essential services may not be available. Residents must be able to act on their own. Preparedness is everyone's job. Everyone should plan ahead for disaster including: service providers, businesses, civic and volunteer groups, industry and neighborhood associations, as well as individual residents.
AMERICORP POSITION OPENINGS: The City of Longmont, Office of Emergency Management, is currently accepting applications for two AmeriCorp positions. These positions will serve as Ready Corp members and assist in training volunteer leaders in disaster preparedness education, coordinating days of service activities, and planning emergency preparedness events in the northeast area of Boulder County. For position description information. To access the application.
The deadline for applications has been extended to October 16, 2017.
- Be Ready Longmont
- CERT (Community Emergency Response Team)
- Infectious Disease
- Hazardous Materials
- Other helpful links and resources
- Outdoor Emergency Warning System
- Reverse Emergency Notification
City of Longmont Utility Phone Numbers:
City of Longmont Power & Communications (Electric) - (303) 651-8386; Outages (303) 776-0011.
City of Longmont Public Works and Natural Resources (Water, Trash, Recycling & Composting - (303) 651-8416.
NextLight™ (Internet and Digital Voice) - (303) 651-8386
For additional information from the Office of Emergency Management, please email or call (303) 651-8438.