Resilience- Nassau

After Sandy, many communities now understand the meaning and importance of resilience and proper prior planning. There are several programs residents can enroll in to ensure that if an emergency or disaster occurs, they will be assisted in the best way possible. These programs are especially important for those in the vulnerable population.

Nassau County Office of Emergency Management

Nassau County E-News

In an effort to keep our residents and business owners better informed, Nassau County has created an E-News system to provide information and emergency notifications to our community. The system may be used to provide phone calls to specific people or areas in the event of an emergency or for sharing important information and news on County events.

 

Evacuation Routes

Emergency Notification Sign Up

In an effort to keep our residents and business owners better informed, Nassau County  has created an E-News system to provide information and emergency notifications to our community. The system may be used to provide phone calls to specific people or areas in the event of an emergency or for sharing important information and news on County events.

PSE&G Critical Care Program

If you or a family member rely on life-support equipment, filing a medical certificate from your doctor or local Board of Health with PSE&G now is important.

Storm Surge Zone Map

Corporate Emergency Access System (CEAS)

CEAS is a pre-event credentialing program, which authenticates critical business employees for access to restricted areas following a disaster or serious emergency using a secure identification card recognized by the police. Municipalities must adopt the CEAS Program for use in their jurisdiction before businesses can enroll in the Program and receive ID cards. The local authorities can implement CEAS following an emergency once immediate threats to life are stabilized.

Communities Helping Communities post-Sandy