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Apache County
Condition Advisory

*Please refer to your departments COOP plan or the ACEMP to understand how this change in condition level will affect you.

APCON Level 1
 
  • Review and update organizational plans
  • Inventory required supplies
  • Maintain training based on unplanned incident scenarios (non-cyclical)
  • Complete or update emergency equipment/supplier agreements with local contractors and venders
  • Review and update IGA documents with Federal, State, County tribal and local government agencies.
  • Initiate new IGA’s as needed
  • Test the local alert system monthly with the EOC-Team and State Communicator System
APCON Level 2
 
  • Maintain communications with Predictive Service Centers for seasonal event updates
  • Inventory and maintain equipment necessary for EOC operations
    Maintain training based on seasonal incident scenarios (i.e. fire, flooding, influenza or winter storms)
  • Test the local alert system monthly with the Departments of EM and Public Health plus the EOC-Team
  • Prepare early media release/advisories through the Apache County JIS and local Agency JICs in coordination with the State Info System
APCON Level 3
 
  • Alert EOC-Team of elevated conditions
  • Pre-activation of Command and General Staff (C&G) and the Joint Information Center (JIC)
  • Gather intelligence on the threat and potential mitigation actions
    Prepare Briefing Summary for moving the County to ApCon 3; notify the County Manager
  • Prepare early media release/advisories through the Apache County JIS and local Agency JICs in coordination with the State Info System
APCON Level 4
 
  • Notify the County Manager of the incident with potential and prepare draft EOC activation documents
  • Prepare Briefing Summary for moving the County to ApCon 4
  • Establish liaison between the Incident and the EM/PH Directors
  • Activate the Apache County JIC
  • Activate the Command and General Staff on the EOC-Team
  • Alert the Remainder of the EOC-Team for possible Activation based on intelligence gathered from the incident
APCON Level 5
 
  • Secure Emergency Declaration from Board of Supervisors
  • Activate the full EOC and County Emergency Management Plan (EMP)
Emergency Telephone Numbers
911 is for emergencies only!
The organizations that it can reach include:
  Fire
  Police
  Ambulance
  Sheriff's Office

Other Emergency Telephone Numbers
Arizona Highway Patrol
(928) 773-3600 (Main number for Apache County)
(928) 688-2457 (Sanders)
(928) 333-2035 (Springerville)
Apache County Emergency Management
(928) 337-7630 (St. Johns)
Apache County Emergency Information and Updates
593 -Joint Information Center
www.593info.org
Arizona Emergency Information
www.az211.gov
Arizona Road Conditions
511
Poison Control Center
1-800-222-1222
National Response Center
1-800-424-8802  Report Toxic Chemical & Oil Spills & Terrorist Threats (Voice/TTY)

Non-Emergency Telephone Numbers
Local Law Enforcement
(928) 337-4321 (St. Johns- Apache County Sheriff's Office)
(928) 337-2440 (St. Johns City Police)
(928) 333-4127 (Eagar Police Department)
(928) 333-4000 (Springerville Police Department)
(928) 871-6111 (Navajo Nation Police)
Fire Districts
USDA Forest Service Fire Dispatch 1-800-798-0534 OR (928) 333-4417
Alpine Fire District (928) 339-4814
St. Johns Fire District (928) 337-3070
Concho Fire District (928) 337-2681
Ganado Fire District (928) 736-2557
Greer Fire District (928) 735-7325
Sanders Fire District (928) 688-2424
Window Rock Fire District (928) 871-6113
Chinle Fire District (928) 674-5222
Vernon Fire District (928) 537-4806 and (928) 537-4041
Child Abuse Hotline

1-888-767-2445


 

 
     
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