LaMoure County Emergency Management
The Emergency Management component of North Dakota Department of Emergency Services (NDDES) can be traced to the Civil Defense Act of 1951. The Division of Emergency Management and State Radio Communications were combined in 2003 to establish an integrated State Operations Center. Two years later, action during the 59th Legislative Assembly created NDDES comprised of the Division of Homeland Security and State Radio Communications.
Emphasis is on natural disaster preparedness, mitigation, response, and recovery activities. The Emergency Management office develops and maintains a county-wide Emergency Operations Plan for all hazardous events that may occur.
For more information, check out the NDDES website: http://www.nd.gov/des/
LaMoure County Emergency Manager
For Weather information, check out the National Weather Service Weather Forecast Office, Bismarck, ND: http://www.crh.noaa.gov/bis/
LaMoure County intends to enter into a contract with an effective period by April 2, 2013 through plan approval by the Federal Emergency Management Agency on or before the effective expiration date of the current LaMoure County Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan of December 7, 2014.
The contractor will be required to ensure the LaMoure County, North Dakota Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan Update complies with FEMA’s current, effective guidance for local hazard mitigation plans and the planning regulation established by 44 CFR 201 Hazard Mitigation Plans. The contractor must deliver the following yet not limited to: a) Incorporation of requirements into the plan as outlined in the FEMA crosswalk
b) Documentation of the planning process, including timeframe, what meetings were held and who was involved in what capacity. Specific roles and contributions of participants must be clearly specified. Coordination among agencies must be clearly demonstrated and documented.
c) Description of what other documents were used to develop the plan (comprehensive plans, local plans, etc. and why they were used.)
d) A clear and concise mitigation strategy that has:
- mitigation goals
- clear, measurable mitigation objectives, and
- actions under those objectives
e) Inventory spreadsheet or matrix displaying historical occurrences to include event, damages, severity, date, and duration.
f) Identify how and why hazards were chosen, including a description of hazard analysis process.
g) Profile hazard events by presenting previous occurrences in a matrix format which clearly identifies the event, damages, severity, date and duration.
h) Thorough documentation of stakeholder meetings.
i) 3 copies of the final plan including electronic and hard copies.
Bids should be emailed to email@example.com as below by March 28th.