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May 19, 2024 10:38 PM

Yavapai County Office of Emergency Management Launches New Website to Enhance Public Preparedness

The Yavapai County Office of Emergency Management (YCOEM) is pleased to announce the launch of its new user-friendly website, designed to provide residents with a quicker and simpler way to access information and enhance their ability to prepare for, respond to, and recover from emergencies and disasters.

The website is now live and accessible at This comprehensive online platform offers a wide range of resources to help residents stay prepared and informed. Key features of the website include:

  1. Comprehensive Guide to Preparedness: The website provides a comprehensive guide to personal and family preparedness.
  2. Emergency Information and Actions: Residents can find current emergency information and specific actions to take during various
  3. Recovery Resources: In the aftermath of a disaster, the website offers a dedicated section on recovery resources. This includes guidance on clean-up efforts, information on financial assistance, and assistance for individuals returning home after a
  4. Local News and Updates: Stay up to date with recent news and updates on local disasters and emergencies through the website’s news section.
  5. RAVE Prepare Registration: The website provides a link for residents to sign up for RAVE Prepare, a web-based citizen-powered access and functional needs
  6. Genasys Protect: Information on Genasys Protect, our new evacuation zone system. The public can view all emergency advisories, warnings, and orders in Yavapai County. It also allows the public to view incident-specific evacuation points, Red Cross shelters, animal shelters, road closures, sandbag stations, and other
  7. Community and Volunteer Resources: A centralized hub for community and volunteer It serves as a platform to connect residents with local organizations, volunteer opportunities, and additional support services that contribute to community resilience.

“Launching represents a significant step forward in our mission to enhance resilience and preparedness in Yavapai County,” stated Ashley Ahlquist, Emergency Manager “This website is more than a tool; it’s a lifeline for our community, offering plenty of resources tailored to enhance preparedness, response, and recovery efforts.”

Residents are encouraged to visit and take advantage of the wealth of resources available. By proactively accessing this information, individuals can better prepare for emergencies and ensure the safety and well-being of themselves, their families, and their community.


One Response

  1. Is there going to be an app to download for this new program? I’ve not had any success at finding on or is this connected to the old codered program?

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