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Illinois Emergency Management Agency News
Campaign will prepare residents, families and communities for emergencies or disasters
The Illinois Terrorism Task Force today announced significant steps to improving trauma management training at schools in Illinois.
‘See Something, Say Something’ PSA available for distribution
Deadline for request is now September 3
Protecting critical infrastructure is a priority in any flood operation.
As flooding continues to impact communities across our state, the Illinois Emergency Management Agency and Illinois Department of Public Health would like to remind volunteer workers to make safety a priority.
State officials are issuing an urgent plea to residents in river communities to prepare for potential evacuations due to the threat of rising floodwaters
Holiday weekend forecast brings increased risk for severe weather and flash flooding throughout Illinois
New This Year: Winning video will be featured in Illinois movie theaters on May 17th
IEMA outlines five steps to help residents recover any disaster
The Illinois Emergency Management Agency is working with the Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice to address flooding concerns in Jersey County.
Alicia Tate-Nadeau was nominated in the Senate to be the director of the Illinois Emergency Management Agency on Tuesday, Jan. 29, according to the official Illinois General Assembly website.
Another Round of Cold, Snow Takes Aim at Northern and Central Illinois
Statewide Radon Poster and Video Contests Now Accepting Entries
Additional assessment in Christian County is the next step in the tornado recovery process
Unsolicited donations often become the “Second Disaster”
Center in Taylorville to offer disaster information, assistance for tornado survivors
The official start of winter is still nearly two months away but much of the state has already experienced its first frost and, in some areas, its first snowfall.
The Illinois Emergency Management Agency teamed up with the St. Louis Cardinals, to educate southern Illinois students about the importance of earthquake preparedness.
First-ever joint test of the Wireless Emergency Alert System, Emergency Alert System to take place on October 3rd