Clark County Emergency Management Agency (Indiana)

Clark County Emergency Management Agency (Indiana) Clark County Emergency Management Emergency Management is the four-phase protection process of coordinating resources to deal with emergencies effectively, thereby saving lives and minimizing economic loss.

Emergency Management is involved in an all-hazards approach to assist in community preparedness. The four components are mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery. Emergency Management is a coordinated response to an unusual emergency situation; a response that calls for maximum use of community resources, with far greater need for coordination between response agencies than usually exists. The office develops and promulgates emergency management plans. We direct the emergency management activities throughout the county during a state of emergency. We also administer the implementation and administration of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Act (EPCRA) program.

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U.S. National Weather Service (NWS)

U.S. National Weather Service (NWS)

As Sandy moves up the East Coast, it will bring flooding rains from the Mid Atlantic into the Northeast and New England from the coast to the interior. The graphic below, produced by the NWS Hydrometeorological Prediction Center, shows the 5-day total rainfall forecast associated with Hurricane Sandy, valid through 8 AM EDT Thursday.

The Weather Channel

The Weather Channel

We have the latest details on the storm surge forecast:


Thunder over Louisville 2012 is on Saturday 21, 2012.
According to NOAA- April 18, 2012 the weather will be (subject to change)

Saturday: A 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 64.

Saturday Night: A chance of showers. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 44. Chance of precipitation is 30%.

Please dress appropriately for the conditions and be safe.

Clark County Emergency Management Agency (CCEMA) is planning to conduct a Community Emergency Response Training (CERT) i...

Clark County Emergency Management Agency (CCEMA) is planning to conduct a Community Emergency Response Training (CERT) in the near future. Interested individual and organizations can visit the site below to get more information about the CERT program.

If you are interested in becoming a CERT Volunteer please contact CCEMA or visit the site below to get an application.

For more questions, contact:
Amir Mousavi, PhD(ABD), MS, MPA, CEM, CFO, FF/NREMT-P
CCEMA, Deputy Director
[email protected]

Following a major disaster, first responders who provide fire and medical services will not be able to meet the demand for these services. Factors as number of victims, communication failures, and road blockages will prevent people from accessing emergency services they have come to expect at a mome...

03/28/2012 - Home

Indiana tornado survivors: Register with FEMA – even if you have insurance. No matter your degree of loss or insurance coverage, we urge you to apply for help if you sustained a loss due to the March 2 storms. In some cases, assistance from FEMA and the Small Business Administration can speed recovery and fill in gaps in insurance coverage.

FEMA assistance can cover rental costs, home repairs and other disaster-related expenses. SBA low-interest disaster loans are also available for homeowners, renters and businesses. Registering can take as little as 15 to 30 minutes. You can use any of the following methods:

1. To register by phone, call 800-621-FEMA (3362) (v/relay) from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Assistance is available in most languages. People who use a TTY can call 800-462-7585.
2. To register online, visit
3. To register with a tablet or smartphone, go to

DisasterAssistance is a partnership of Federal agencies with a shared vision - to provide self-guided access for persons affected by a disaster to find and apply for government administered forms of assistance.


President approves federal public assistance

INDIANAPOLIS - Governor Mitch Daniels received notification tonight that President Barack Obama has approved federal assistance for state and local governments and certain non-profit organizations in five counties for damage sustained from tornadoes and severe storms that struck between February 29 and March 3.

The following counties were approved: Clark, Jefferson, Ripley, Scott and Washington.

Public Assistance means that means state and local governments and certain non-profit organizations in the designated counties are eligible to apply for federal assistance to pay 75 percent of the approved cost of debris removal, emergency services related to the disaster and repairing or replacing damaged public facilities, such as roads, buildings and utilities.

Clark County Emergency Management Agency (Indiana)'s cover photo

Clark County Emergency Management Agency (Indiana)'s cover photo

IDHS District 9 - Southeastern Indiana
IDHS District 9 - Southeastern Indiana

IDHS District 9 - Southeastern Indiana

This is the official page for Indiana Homeland Security District 9. Our goal is to provide detailed information concerning Emergency Management, DPOC, DPC, D9 Task Force and other public safety happenings throughout the district.

The Weather Channel
The Weather Channel

The Weather Channel

The day's top weather stories and expert insights from the most trusted source in weather.

FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency
FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency

FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency

Our story of supporting citizens & first responders before, during, and after emergencies.

For FEMA en Español, visit:

Clark County Assessment Data Search WebSite

Clark County Assessment Data Search WebSite

Welcome to the Clark County Assessment Data Search site. We are proud to offer this service at no cost to our constituents. The information accessible through this site is being made available to enhance the access of assessment data and to provide links to other relevant sites. A summary of t...

Indiana Department of Homeland Security

Indiana Department of Homeland Security

Good Job Volunteers!

Indiana Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters (INVOAD) leaders have registered 4967 volunteers who have worked an estimated 37,252 hours, as of 3/13. (Note: this tally includes only those registered at the Volunteer Resource Center, not other local volunteers, American Red Cross and Salvation Army.

The INVOAD Volunteer Reception Center continues to take registrations from individuals at least 16 years of age who want to volunteer to help. Volunteers will be called as needed, for weeks or months to come, based on skills registered. Register by calling (502) 599-8593 or online at


Providing assistance to the affected communities.


110 N Indiana Ave
Sellersburg, IN

General information

Emergency Management is a vital link in a network of services, which makes it possible for natural disasters and large-scale emergencies to be mitigated and dealt with effectively. The job of this department is to assist in all natural and man-made disasters situations when a municipality or the county has exhausted its immediately available local and mutual aid resources, and when there is potential for immediate or long range danger to life or property. Terrorism planning has also been added to this office in response to the events of September 11, 2001.

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 16:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 16:00
Thursday 09:00 - 16:00
Friday 09:00 - 16:00
Saturday 08:00 - 12:00


(812) 246-5538


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