The Lenoir County Emergency Management division strives to enhance the quality for its citizens by providing necessary assistance to make the county more resilient to nature and man-made disasters through preparedness, mitigation, response and recovery, while in partnership with local, state, federal agencies, and private entities to ensure seamless coordination to protect life, property and the environment.
The Emergency Management Division is responsible for the preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation concerning all disasters that can and do affect our county. This division can provide safety training for its citizens, businesses, industries, day cares, group homes, etc. We coordinate with all emergency services agencies and work in conjunction with the N.C. Division of Emergency Management. The Emergency Services Department operates 24 hours per day, seven days a week. After hours, on weekends, and on holidays, our main phone line is transferred to the emergency communications center and the on-call person will be contacted.
We have provided some helpful links below that contain information that may be vital or of interest to you and your family. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions. Your safety is our foremost concern!
Lenoir County Emergency Operations Plan
This document is provided so that the citizens of Lenoir County are aware of what plans are in place to protect their safety in the event of an emergency, large or small. Any questions regarding any information included in the LCEOP should be directed to the Lenoir County Emergency Services, Division of Emergency Management Office at 252-559-6151.
Neuse River Basin Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan
This document is provided so that the citizens of the Neuse River Basin are aware of what plans are in place to protect their safety in the event of an emergency, large or small.