Long Island, New York
Steven Bellone, County Executive
As you prepare, tailor your plans and supplies to your specific daily living needs and responsibilities. Most or all individuals have both specific personal needs as well as resources to assist others. You and your household and others you help or rely on for assistance should work together.
The Suffolk County Emergency Preparedness Registry can arrange for emergency sheltering and evacuation assistance for those who would need it during an emergency. Click here to learn more about the Suffolk County Emergency Preparedness Registry.
Households/individuals should consider and customize their plans for individual needs and responsibilities based on the methods of communication, types of shelter and methods of transportation available to them. Other factors to keep in mind include:
In planning for emergencies, all of these individual differences make it important for every household and each individual to consider what they need in their plans and their supplies. A few examples of considerations for tailoring your plans and supplies include:
Joseph F. Williams
John G. Jordan Sr.
Director of the Office of Emergency Management
PO BOX 127
The Office of Emergency Management (OEM) coordinates the county's response to natural or man made disasters. OEM personnel are responsible for the operations of the county's Emergency Operation Center (EOC) and work with local, state, and federal officials in shelter management, planning, resource management, and radiological response coordination.
Phone: (631) 852-4900
Fax: (631) 852-4922
© Suffolk County Government, 2015