Written by David Travis.

Next LEPC Meeting
Dec. 14, 2017 from 12 to 1pm
County Administration Building
Clerk's Conference Room



The mission of the Taos County Office of Emergency Management is to educate the citizens of this community in emergency preparedness and protection, to mitigate dangers through comprehensive coordination and planning with both the public safety and public service agencies, and to respond to and recover from all hazards natural and man made.  

The Taos County Office of Emergency Management is charged with providing organized analysis, planning, decision-making, and assignment of available resources to mitigate, prepare, respond to and recover from the effects of all hazards.  This is accomplished through ensuring the operational readiness of first responders, partnering with other emergency service agencies such as:  hospitals, clinics, volunteer healthcare providers, law enforcement agencies, tribal agencies, community service organizations, school and other City, County, State and National agencies and organizations. 

This Department also ensures and maintains the operations of the County Emergency Operations Center through on-going training programs.


Emergency Management 


Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) 

Tags: OEM, local emergency planning, emergency planning