Fremont County Emergency Management
Emergency Management Director
2014 290th Avenue
Sidney, Iowa 51652
712-374-3355 or 712-313-0182
Fremont County Road Closures
J-34 (Baseline Road),
will be closed for the replacement of a bridge just East of L-31 (Percival
This is expected to be a 4 month Project.
L575 Highway 2 Bridge
Levee Setback Project:
185th Avenue from St Highway 2 to 2515 185th Avenue.
250th Street from 1864 250th Street to 185th Avenue.
Imogene Bridge on Brooklyn
Alert Iowa is a statewide mass notification and emergency messaging
system. The system can be used by state and local authorities to
quickly disseminate emergency information to residents in counties
that utilize the system.
The system is available, free of charge, to all counties, however, they
are not required to use the system. Only 15 of Iowa's 99 counties
are not using Alert Iowa.
Alert Iowa will allow citizens to sign up for the types of
alerts they would like to receive. The best way to receive messages
is via text message. Messages may contain photo, video and audio
attachments to help subscribers
better understand the situation at hand, or where to find additional
Questions should be
directed to the Fremont County Emergency Management Office,
or by email at
Be Ready Iowa
local emergency management officials, along with the National Weather
Service, stress the continued need and
For more information about severe weather
preparedness, Iowa Homeland Security and Emergency Management Division
importance of education and
preparedness for severe weather that may affect Iowans. Knowing what to do
in advance can
help prevent unnecessary panic and confusion when severe
weather does strike. Learn the warning signals used in your
put together an emergency supply kit that includes a flashlight, battery
operated radio, extra batteries, and
simple first aid items in a waterproof
www.BeReadyIowa.org, for more information on how to create a
emergency plan and supply kit.
515-725-3231 or visit
The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program educates people
preparedness for hazards that may impact their area and
trains them in basic disaster response skills,
such as fire safety,
light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical
operations. Using the
training learned in the classroom and during
exercises, CERT members can assist others in their
workplace following an event when professional responders are not
to help. CERT members also are encouraged to
support emergency response agencies by taking a more
active role in
emergency preparedness projects in their community.
https://www.ready.gov/citizen-corps for a
complete description of CERT.
For more information email
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-712-374-3355