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Emergency Management

Call or Text 911 for Emergencies!

From the CDC: Cleaning Precautions in Areas of Rodent Infestations.

Alert Pulaski lets you register to be notified in the event of an emergency.  Land lines, (your regular phones) are already registered.

Sign up with Smart911 to receive important Emergency Alerts, messages and notifications from the Pulaski County Emergency Management Authority.


In the event of a disaster, are you and your family prepared? Complete the following 3 steps to protect you and your loved ones in an emergency:

1) Get a Kit - Have basic supplies on hand. It could take days for help to arrive if businesses close, fallen trees block roads and power goes out in your area. You should have supplies to last at least three days.

2) Make a Plan - Know how to contact loved ones. Discuss with your family the types of hazards and threats in your area and what to do in each case.

3) Stay Informed - Listen to local, up-to-date information. You should listen for the most local, up-to-date information before, during and after a disaster.
Go to the ReadyVirginia Webpage to ensure you and your family are prepared, at the following link:


Flash Flooding and Flooding

According to the National Weather Service, flash flooding is the No. 1 weather-related killer in the U.S, are you prepared? To be better prepared, see the following links hosted by the Virginia Department of Emergency Management:

Flood Basics:

Responding to Floods:



When it comes to tornadoes, there's no such thing as a "tornado season." Tornadoes can strike anywhere, anytime, and you need to know the drill.March 16, 2010 is the Statewide Tornado Drill. Please visit the Virginia Department of Emergency Management's: Tornado Preparedness-Make a plan" webpage for further information and too sign-up at:


Winter Weather

Winter months hold the possibility of icy roads, downed power lines and snow drifts. Virginians need to prepare now for cold-weather emergencies and disasters. There are simple, low-cost steps families can take to be ready: get a kit, make a plan and stay informed. To obtain further information on being prepared for winter, visit the following weblink:


Pulaski County Sheriff's Department

Dublin Volunteer Fire Department