Flood Smart Program
(Includes CRS, NFIP, and Elevation Disk Sets)
Letter From Mayor Gillian
FEMA / ADVISORY BASE FLOOD ELEVATION
The Ocean City Office of Emergency Management is the Agency that coordinates with Federal, State, local and private resources throughout the city during times of disasters and emergencies. The mission of OCOEM does not end there - in fact OCOEM 's day to day operation is vital in preparing Ocean City for whatever challenge it may face.
As we all are aware, disasters for the most part take place at the local level. It is the intent of OCOEM to assist local government in being prepared for, responding to and recovering from disasters. At the OCOEM web page we are highlighting our intent by emphasizing the planning, training and exercise design functions available. We encourage you to tour our site as well as the hot links connected to our web site.
We are attempting to make emergency management at the municipal level more community based, to assist our local community identify potential risks, to enhance the response of assisting agencies and be a point of warning and coordination for all agencies within the city.
We welcome your thoughts and feedback. We will be attempting on a regular basis to keep this page updated with current and pertinent information. The field of Emergency Management is very unique.
We are asking for your assistance in maximizing Ocean City’s ability to prepare for and in some cases prevent potential disasters. Thank you for your interest and we look forward to hearing from you.
Ocean City Emergency Management Coordinator
Please call 609-399-9111 to report a downed wire. Do NOT touch or go near them.
Power Outages: Atlantic City Electric 1-800-833-7476 or ONLINE
(provides an interactive outage map)
Click HERE for Steps to Staying Safe when returning to a Flooded Home
Prepare for the Storm (MP3 Audio File Podcast)
Other Informational Links
Post Disaster Recovery
- How Public Can Help After Disaster
- Check list Criteria for Business Recovery
- American Red Cross
- Helping Children Cope with Disasters
- National Volunteer Organization Assist in Disasters
- What is Storm Surge?
- History of Hurricanes
- What to do after the Hurricane Strikes
- Earthquake facts and information
- National Homeland Security
- NJ Homeland Security
- ARC -- Anti Terrorism information
- Counterterrorism Home Page