Fayette County - Ohio


Management Agency

Phone: 740.335.8264

Fax: 740.333.0002





Fayette County

Emergency Management Agency

133 S. Main Street (Suite L-15)

Washington Court House, Ohio 43160

Office Hours:


Monday thru Friday

8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Closed for lunch 12 to 1 pm


Director: Fulton Terry


Mission Statement . . . . Emergency Management Agency

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The Fayette County Emergency Management Agency (EMA), Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC), and Homeland Security (HLS) is taking a "Systematic Approach" to coordinate Law Enforcement, Fire & Rescue, EMS, Red Cross, Health Department, etc. by unifying ALL emergency services within the city and county to save LIVES and PROPERTY. This approach will enhance our effectiveness in MITIGATION, PREPAREDNESS, RESPONSE, AND RECOVERY as a united work force during adverse circumstances for the citizens of FAYETTE COUNTY and the surrounding area.

An Elected Officials Guide To Emergency Management

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Emergency management is an essential government service. Its purpose is to apply resources and efforts to mitigate, prevent when possible, protect where feasible, and to respond and recover from all threats and hazards that impact the safety and security of the nation.


Phases of Emergency Management Emergencies and disasters can pose both short and long-term public policy challenges, including continuity of government, public health, economic development, the environment, agriculture, and technology. In addition to natural disasters, emergency management must deal with complex issues like climate adaptation, cybersecurity, countering terrorism, critical infrastructure interdependencies, infectious disease outbreaks, and school safety. While not necessarily the lead agency in every event, emergency management is responsible for coordinating the overall state response. Having an effective emergency management system in place can help minimize the potentially devastating impact from emergencies and disasters.