Hot Springs County, WyomingnavspacerHot Springs County, Wyoming
Hot Springs County Emergency Management Coordinator

"Because It Can Happen Here!"
 
  BILL GORDON 
County Coordinator
 

307-864-4649                                                       bgordon@hscounty.com


 


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Be sure you are registered to automatically receive Emergency Information!
Your information will be confidential and only used to contact you 
in an EMERGENCY

The New National Terrorism Advisory System
  
The National Terrorism Advisory System, or NTAS, replaces the color-coded Homeland Security Advisory System (HSAS). This new system will more effectively communicate information about terrorist threats by providing timely, detailed information to the public, government agencies, first responders, airports and other transportation hubs, and the private sector.
Click HERE for more information on NTSA
 
 



YOU HEAR AN ALERT SIREN...WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?


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IF YOU HEAR A HI-LO SIREN, THAT IS AN ALERT!
- IMMEDIATELY -
-TUNE TO RADIO STATIONS      KTHE 1240 AM -or- KDNO 101.7 FM
-WATCH YOUR CABLE TV INTERRUPT
-LISTEN TO YOUR NOAA ALL-HAZARDS RADIO (Ch 5, 162.500 MHz)
EXPECT INFORMATION VIA CodeRed
You will hear IMPORTANT Information and Instructions

If it is a long term emergency this website will also provide ongoing information

WHEN YOU HEAR A STEADY TONE, THAT IS THE ALL CLEAR
CONTINUE TO MONITOR YOUR INFORMATION SOURCE

      

Hot Springs County is a Storm Ready Community!

 For ALL your Wyoming Weather Needs click QUICK-BRIEF

 NOAA
Weather Forecast Office, Riverton
1-800-211-1448  
24hrs/day  365 days/yr

Wyoming Records:
High Temp, +114 degrees at Basin,WY Feb 9,1933
Low Temp, -66 degrees at Riverside Ranger Station July 12,1900
24 hr Rainfall, 5.50" Dull Center (near Newcastle) May 31, 1927
For more Wyoming climate information click
here


      
NOAA All-Hazards Radio - Get One! - It Will Alert You 24 hours/Day
And It Will Continue To Keep You Informed!

 

WHAT IF THIS HAPPENS RIGHT HERE IN HOT SPRINGS COUNTY?
...OR MAYBE THIS?
...OR HOW ABOUT THIS? 
WHAT 
IF?   
WHAT IF YOU ARE NOT PREPARED?


For ALL your Family and Business Preparedness Needs
www.ready.gov

Another Great site for Business Preparedness Information


Are your PETS included in your Disaster Plans? 
        

ON-LINE TRAINING FOR CITIZENS FROM 
THE
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE


 

Something for your Children from Wyoming Homeland Security
 

 
Wyoming Road and Travel Info
Colorado Road & Travel Info
Montana Road and Travel Info

WEB CAMS for Wyoming and Surrounding States


WYOMING EVACUATION HOTLINE
866-WYO-EVAC


 

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Wyoming Earthquake Information



 Information and downloads





Have you thought about learning to TEXT MESSAGE on your cell phone? It is a fact that when disaster strikes and our cellular networks are overloaded 
A TEXT MESSAGE WILL GET  THROUGH! 
Also, if you are in a location where you don`t have enough signal to make a voice call, you may well have sufficient signal to send a text message.
LEARN TO TEXT!  TEACH YOUR FAMILY TO TEXT! 
IN AN EMERGENCY YOU AND YOUR LOVED ONES WILL STAY CONNECTED!

 


 

 



HOT SPRINGS COUNTY SHERIFF  (307) 864-2622

THERMOPOLIS POLICE DEPARTMENT  (307) 864-3114

WYOMING HIGHWAY PATROL  (800) 442-9090

HOT SPRINGS COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH  (307) 864-3311

HOT SPRINGS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL  (307) 864-3121

CRISIS LINE / HOPE AGENCY  (307) 864-4673

HOT SPRINGS STATE PARK HEADQUARTERS  (307) 864-2176

WYOMING GAME AND FISH  (307) 777-4600

REGIONAL POISON CENTER  (800) 222-1222




                
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Wyoming Office of Homeland Security


                                                             
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY



FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY






 

They went with songs to the battle, they were young.
Straight of limb, true of eyes, steady and aglow.
They were staunch to the end against odds uncounted,
They fell with their faces to the foe.
They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning,
We will remember them.
 

 Updated 01/05/2012 


Document List

10 Important Tips For Calling 9-1-1

 

Hot Springs County
415 Arapahoe
Thermopolis, WY 82443

Telephone: 307-864-3515
Fax: 307-864-3333

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