Related Links


Welcome to the Emergency Management Links Page

The links below are broken down into three categories.  Select the Category you wish to view.

Weather Related  Emergency Response  Natural / Manmade Disaster 

Weather Related Links
Hurricane Watch Net
The Hurricane Watch Net consists of a group of licensed Amateur Radio Operators trained and organized to provide essential communications support to the National Hurricane Center during times of Hurricane emergencies.

NWS Internet Weather Source
United States Weather, Radar Graphics, Weather Maps, International Weather Conditions, Aviation Weather, and Marine Weather all in one central Locations. 

Current Warnings for North Carolina
Interactive Weather Information Network’s Current Warnings for North Carolina.

Duke Energy
Weather can significantly affect the delivery of electric power to homes, businesses and communities everywhere. This section will help you prepare and know what’s headed your way.

Local Weather at wx4buy
Local Weather at wx4buy.

NWS Office in Raleigh
Local Weather reported from the National Weather Service Forecast Office in Raleigh, NC.

NOAA Weather Radio (NWR)
NOAA Weather Radio provides a continuous broadcast of the latest weather information for your local area from the National Weather Service. NOAA Weather Radio is an "all hazards" radio network, working in conjunction with the Federal Communication Commission's Emergency Alert System. In addition to weather related watches and warnings, the Weather Radio system can provide information on all types of hazards, including Civil and National Emergency Messages.

Turn Around Don't Drown (TADD)
Each year, more deaths occur due to flooding than from any other severe weather related hazard. Why?  Click the link to find out.

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
DISASTER. It strikes anytime, anywhere. It takes many forms -- a hurricane, an earthquake, a tornado, a flood, a fire or a hazardous spill, an act of nature or an act of terrorism. It builds over days or weeks, or hits suddenly, without warning. Every year, millions of Americans face disaster, and its terrifying consequences.

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Emergency Response Links
Ready.gov
Terrorists are working to obtain biological, chemical, nuclear and radiological weapons, and the threat of an attack is very real.  At the Department of Homeland Security, throughout the federal government, and at organizations across America we are working hard to strengthen our Nation's security.

NC Division of Emergency Management
Committed to enhancing the quality of life in North Carolina by assisting people to effectively prepare for, respond to, recover from, and mitigate against all hazards and disasters.

Alamance County Fire Marshal/Emergency Management Services
Alamance County Emergency Management Services Located in Alamance County, NC.

Alamance County Amateur Radio Emergency Service
The Alamance County Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) is composed of FCC-licensed Amateur Radio operators who have voluntarily registered their capabilities and equipment for public service communications duty.

Hazardous Mitigation in North Carolina
As you look through our site, it is our hope that you can gain a better understanding of natural hazards, but more importantly, identify specific mitigation measures that you or your community can adopt.

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
DISASTER. It strikes anytime, anywhere. It takes many forms -- a hurricane, an earthquake, a tornado, a flood, a fire or a hazardous spill, an act of nature or an act of terrorism. It builds over days or weeks, or hits suddenly, without warning. Every year, millions of Americans face disaster, and its terrifying consequences.

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Natural / Manmade Disaster
Ready.gov
Terrorists are working to obtain biological, chemical, nuclear and radiological weapons, and the threat of an attack is very real.  At the Department of Homeland Security, throughout the federal government, and at organizations across America we are working hard to strengthen our Nation's security.

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
DISASTER. It strikes anytime, anywhere. It takes many forms -- a hurricane, an earthquake, a tornado, a flood, a fire or a hazardous spill, an act of nature or an act of terrorism. It builds over days or weeks, or hits suddenly, without warning. Every year, millions of Americans face disaster, and its terrifying consequences.

Hazardous Mitigation in North Carolina
As you look through our site, it is our hope that you can gain a better understanding of natural hazards, but more importantly, identify specific mitigation measures that you or your community can adopt.

American Red Cross
Your online resource for preparedness, response, and recovery.

NCEM
Information on National Flood insurance Program.

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