Johnson County Emergency Management & Homeland Security has and will continue to strive to share two major messages with our local citizens. First, the County continues to make a concerted effort to be prepared for a variety of emergencies and disasters that might impact this area. This is evident throughout nearly every department or agency through the variety of programs and events that we highlight in this blog and elsewhere. Secondly, we strive to stress the importance of individual and family preparedness for those same emergencies. While we have a robust readiness in the County, there are limited resources which means people may have to be self-sufficient for 72 hours during an emergency.
We strive to continue to try to be the best prepared County we can be as long as we can continue to be in partnership with our citizens to make Johnson County -- A Community Prepared.