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  • During preparedness planning, the local jurisdiction establishes Mutual Aid Agreements with neighboring jurisdictions to share resources that either may lack or may be depleted quickly during an emergency response. When an emergency occurs, and available resources will be depleted, constant communication to the DDC will allow the DDC to identify available resources from other jurisdictions within the district. If the DDC is unable to identify ample requested resources, communication to the SOC will help direct State agency resources through the State Emergency Management Council. As many disasters may affect a large geographical area (e.g. storms and flooding) which may cover multiple DDC’s, neighboring DDC’s may need to maintain their existing resources for emergency response operations. However, if those operations are not needed or quickly ended, resources may be delivered from one DDC to another. Also, before the Governor requests Federal assistance, verification that similar resources in DDC’s that have not identified or communicated a need will occur. This way, the Governor requests appropriate resources for the needs of the entire state.

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  • Fort Bend County, TXFort Bend Flood Management Association February 12, 2013Fort Bend County:Levee Improvement Districts andEmergency Preparedness
  • Fort Bend County  Quick Facts  Population – 606,000  885 Square Miles  30 miles from Gulf  18 jurisdictions  19 Levee Improvement Districts2 Fort Bend Flood Management Association – February 12, 2013
  • County Emergency Operations 101  Definitions  Crisis Mgmt. versus Consequence Mgmt.  Realities for Levee Improvement Districts  County EOC – Purpose & Objectives  State of Texas Emergency Mgmt.3 Fort Bend Flood Management Association – February 12, 2013
  • First, some definitions…..  DDC – Disaster District Committee  EOC – Emergency Operations Center  WebEOC – Crisis Info Mgmt. System  MACG – Multi Agency Coordination Group  SOC – State Operations Center  UACC – Unified Area Coordination Comm.  213 – Form for Requesting Resources4 Fort Bend Flood Management Association – February 12, 2013
  • Crisis Management… Crisis management is primarily a law enforcement response exercised by the Federal Government and supported by local and state government.5 Fort Bend Flood Management Association – February 12, 2013
  • Consequence Management… “Includes measures to protect public health and safety, restore essential government services, and provide emergency relief to governments, businesses and individuals affected by the consequences of a disaster.”6 Fort Bend Flood Management Association – February 12, 2013
  • Realities for Levee Improvement Districts…  Local jurisdiction “Owns” the incident  No state/federal assistance likely for at least 72 hours (or more)  Must factor in “Real World” response timelines  Must define resource needs  Must know how to request help7 Fort Bend Flood Management Association – February 12, 2013
  • Fort Bend County EOC - Purpose  Maintains a strategic view (“big picture”)  Provides focal point for communication  Supports other political subdivisions8 Fort Bend Flood Management Association – February 12, 2013
  • Fort Bend County EOC - Objectives  Situation Assessment  Communication  Coordination  Resource Mgmt.  Information Mgmt.  Liaison9 Fort Bend Flood Management Association – February 12, 2013
  • Texas – Framework for Disaster Mgmt. Dallam Sherman HansfordOchiltreeLipscomb Hartley Moore Roberts Hemphill Hutchinson  Local Jurisdictions Oldham Potter Carson Gray Wheeler 5B Deaf RandallArmstrong Donley Collingsworth Smith Parmer Castro Swisher Briscoe Hall Childress Hardeman Bailey Lamb Hale Floyd Motley Cottle Wilbarger Foard Wichita Clay Archer Montague Lamar Cooke Cochran Hockley Lubbock Crosby Dickens King Knox Baylor Sub Sub Grayson Fannin Red River Bowie 5A 5A 1A 1A Delta Franklin Young Titus Morris Lynn Jack Wise Collin Yoakum Terry Garza Kent Stonewall Haskell Hunt Hopkins Regional MACGs Throckmorton Denton Cass  Camp Rockwall Rains Scurry Shackelford Palo Parker Tarrant Wood Upshur Marion Gaines Dawson Borden Fisher Jones Stephens Pinto Dallas Kaufman Van 1B Harrison Zandt 4B Hood Johnson Ellis Smith Gregg Andrews Martin Howard Mitchell Nolan Taylor CallahanEastland Erath Somervell Henderson 4A Navarro Rusk Panola Hill Glasscock Coleman Comanche Ector Midland Coke Bosque Cherokee El Loving Winkler Sterling Brown Runnels Anderson Shelby Paso Hamilton 6A Freestone Nacogdoches Ward Mills McLennan Limestone San Augustine Hudspeth Culberson Crane Upton Reagan Tom Green Concho Coryell 6C Houston Irion Leon Angelina Sabine Falls Reeves Sub McCulloch San Lampasas Trinity Saba Bell 4B Schleicher Menard Robertson Madison Jasper Pecos Burnet Milam Polk Tyler Jeff Crockett Mason Llano Williamson Walker Brazos Disaster District San Davis 6B Grimes  Jacinto Sub Sutton Kimble Burleson 2C Hardin Blanco Travis Lee Montgomery 4A 4A Terrell Gillespie Washington Liberty 2B Orange Bastrop Presidio Kerr Hays Waller Val Edwards Kendall Austin Jefferson Harris Brewster Verde Real Comal Caldwell Fayette Committees (DDCs) Bandera Colorado 2A Chambers Guadalupe Sub Fort Bend Gonzales Kinney Uvalde Medina Bexar Lavaca 2C Galveston Sub 3B Wilson Wharton Brazoria DeWitt 8A Karnes Jackson Matagorda Zavala Frio Atascosa Maverick Victoria Goliad Calhoun Dimmit La Salle Bee Refugio McMullen Live 3A Oak Aransas San Patricio Webb Jim Nueces Duval Wells Sub Kleberg 8A Zapata Jim Hogg Starr Brooks 8A Hidalgo Kenedy Willacy  State of Texas (SOC) Cameron10 Fort Bend Flood Management Association – February 12, 2013
  • Texas – Resource Request Process Dallam Sherman HansfordOchiltreeLipscomb Hartley Moore Roberts Hemphill Hutchinson Oldham Potter Carson Gray Wheeler 5B Deaf RandallArmstrong Donley Collingsworth Smith Parmer Castro Swisher Briscoe Hall Childress Hardeman Bailey Lamb Hale Floyd Motley Cottle Wilbarger Foard Wichita Clay Archer Montague Lamar Cooke Cochran Hockley Lubbock Crosby Dickens King Knox Baylor Sub Su b Grayson Fannin Red River Bowie 5A 5A 1A 1A Delta Franklin Young Titus Morris Lynn Jack Wise Collin Yoakum Terry Garza Kent Stonewall Haskell Denton Hunt Hopkins Cass Throckmorton Camp Rockwall Rains Scurry Shackelford Palo Parker Tarrant Wood Upshur Marion Gaines Dawson Borden Fisher Jones Stephens Pinto Dallas Kaufman Van 1B Harrison Zandt 4B Hood Johnson Ellis Smith Gregg Andrews Martin Howard Mitchell Nolan Taylor CallahanEastland Erath Somervell Henderson 4A Navarro Rusk Panola Hill Glasscock Coleman Comanche Ector Midland Coke Bosque Cherokee El Loving Winkler Sterling Runnels Brown Anderson Shelby Paso Hamilton 6A Freestone Nacogdoches Ward Mills McLennan Limestone San Augustine Hudspeth Culberson Crane Upton Reagan Tom Green Concho Coryell 6C Houston Irion Leon Angelina Sabine Reeves Sub McCulloch San Lampasas Falls Trinity Saba Bell 4B Schleicher Robertson Madison Jasper Pecos Menard Burnet Milam Polk Tyler Mason Walker Regional Multi Agency Coordination Jeff Crockett Llano Williamson Brazos Davis 6B Grimes San Jacinto Sub Sutton Kimble Burleson 2CHardin Blanco Travis Lee Montgomery 4A 4A Terrell Gillespie Washington Liberty Orange 2B Bastrop Presidio Kerr Hays Waller Val Edwards Kendall Austin Jefferson Harris Brewster Verde Real Comal Caldwell Fayette Bandera Colorado Chambers 2A Guadalupe Fort Bend Sub Kinney Uvalde Medina Bexar Gonzales Lavaca 2C Galveston Su b 3B Wilson Wharton Brazoria 8A DeWitt Group Jackson Matagorda Zavala Frio Atascosa Karnes Maverick Victoria Goliad Calhoun City / County Dimmit La Salle Bee Refugio McMullen Live 3A Oak Aransas San Patricio Webb Jim Nueces Duval Wells Sub Kleberg 8A Zapata Jim Brooks Kenedy Hogg Starr 8A Willacy Hidalgo Cameron Disaster District Committee Federal Government State Operations Governor CenterFort Bend Flood Management Association – February 12, 2013
  • Is Your Levee Improvement District Prepared?  Have you named primary points of contacts during times of disaster?  Do you have an Emergency Communication Plan?  Do you have Pre-Event Contracts for key resources?  Have you adopted an Emergency Action Plan?  Are you exercising that Plan?  Are you following NIMS/ICS Protocols?  Do you encourage family preparedness for employees and District residents?  Are you “Active” or “Passive” about Preparedness?12 Fort Bend Flood Management Association – February 12, 2013
  • Thank You Questions ? Jeff D. Braun Emergency Management Coordinator Fort Bend County 307 Fort Street Richmond, TX 77469 Phone: 281-342-6185 Email: jeff.braun@co.fort-bend.tx.us13 Fort Bend Flood Management Association – February 12, 2013