The Stillwater Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) proactively plans for all hazards, works to reduce threats, and prepares Stillwater residents and organizations to respond to and recover from any emergency including terrorism.
To protect the lives and property of our residents, Emergency Management is responsible for the following actions:
Reduce local threats
Meet future threats through preparedness
Respond to incidents
Direct recovery operations
To keep you informed, we use the Be Informed Stillwater emergency alert system, Facebook and Twitter to post information during severe weather, natural disasters and other serious situations.
Sign up now for Be Informed Stillwater.
Rob Hill / Director
David Casey / Emergency Management Technician
Joe Minnick / Radio Communications Technician
Content last reviewed 05.15.2020