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St. Johns County's emergency notification system which provides residents with critical information during emergency situations including severe weather, unexpected road closures, water advisories, missing persons, evacuations of buildings or neighborhoods, and incidents that may threaten public safety. Residents can choose to receive notifications via a phone call to thier home, business, or mobile phone, by email, or text message. The Alert St. Johns system replaced the Code Red system, so it is imperative that residents sign up for these critical notifications. For more information, please call 904.824.5550. St. Johns County sign up for Alert St. Johns.

St. Johns County Monitoring Tropical Storm Eta

St. Johns County Emergency Management is actively monitoring Tropical Storm Eta and will remain in contact with the National Weather Service throughout the week regarding any potential impacts to St. Johns County. St. Johns County is currently under a Tropical Storm Watch, and Eta is projected to arrive in St. Johns County as a Tropical Depression on Thursday. Potential local impacts could include rain and wind.

While Eta currently does not pose a severe threat to Northeast Florida, St. Johns County Emergency Management is encouraging residents to evaluate preparedness plans, know evacuation routes and zones, assemble or review supply kits, and prepare homes for potential inclement weather impacts. For additional information, please call the St. Johns County Emergency Operations Center during business hours at 904.824.5550.

 

St. Johns County Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Response

For all information about St. Johns County Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Response, please visit: www.SJCFL.us/Coronavirus

Welcome

We hope that your visit here will help you better understand the various aspects of Emergency Management, and what it is we do to assist you as members of our community in the event of disaster.

Please take the time to familiarize yourself with the information we have provided you on this site. In the event of an actual emergency situation, your knowledge of what to do will be of great benefit to you and your family.

What We Do

St. Johns County Emergency Management is responsible for the Disaster Preparedness of our County and the Evacuation Assistance Program for our citizens who need assistance in the event of an evacuation.

St. Johns County Emergency Management was created by and operates under Florida Statute 252. This Program provides for the development and management of the County's Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (C.E.M.P.). In addition, this Program is responsible for Mitigation, Preparedness, Response and Recovery during any type of disaster that may occur in St. Johns County.

Emergency Management and Community Officials must be able to react promptly and effectively in the event of an incident, disaster, or major emergency. Often, there is no warning of emergencies such as with tornadoes, explosions, or major fires. The prevention of loss of life and property depends on rapid decision making.