Office of Emergency Management
Each municipality has emergency management coordinators who interact at the local level with police, fire, EMS, public works, public health, schools, etc. The Fredon OEM Coordinator is Keith Festa.
Preparing for and carrying out all emergency functions—also known as comprehensive emergency management—is accomplished in four phases.
The County’s Office of Emergency Management has developed a county-wide pre-disaster all-hazards mitigation plan that has identified hazards and vulnerabilities in all of Sussex County’s twenty four municipalities.
The division also oversees two community alert programs, Swift911™ and Register Ready, that are of tremendous service to the public. Emergency Alert Service
Sign up for Outbound 9-1-1 and Register Ready
Every resident with a power outage should report to JCP&L, the more calls they receive the higher the priority of repair. JCP&L Outages To Report: 1-888-LIGHTSS; 1-888-544-4877
Click Here to View Area Outages
When your home’s exterior electrical system is damaged, it’s important to know who is responsible. Click here to see who owns what.
Resources and Links
Emergency Management Coordinator
Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator
Township Committee Liaison/Deputy Coordinator