The Toledo-Lucas County Health Department Emergency Preparedness team is responsible for preparing Public Health, its partners and the community to respond to adverse events that affect the public’s health in our community. Activities and exercises are planned in cooperation with the public, health care, safety and non-governmental organizations in Lucas County.
Preparedness Begins with you
Preparedness is everyone’s responsibility! Take small steps today for a safer and more prepared tomorrow. Click on a link below to learn more about preparing yourself for an emergency.
Below are links to various resources from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to help you better prepare for a specific natural or man-made emergency.
Lucas County Alerts
The Lucas County Emergency Management Agency provides emergency alerts to anyone who lives, works, or regularly visits Lucas County. The Lucas County Alerts system will provide you with emergency notifications to your mobile device as well as email. Click here to register for free today.
Potassium Iodine Tablets
The Toledo-Lucas County Health Department offers potassium iodine (KI) tablets to permanent residents within the 10 mile emergency planning zone (EPZ) of the Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station. Click on the link below to view the 10 mile EPZ map.
If you believe you are eligible for KI, please contact Dan Baker (firstname.lastname@example.org) to review your information and determine your eligibility.
Other Organizational Contacts
- Public Health Emergency (After Hours) (419) 936-2020
- Medical/General Emergency 911
- City of Toledo Police (Non-Emergency) (419) 245-3340
- Lucas County Sheriff (Non-Emergency) (419) 213-4908
- United Way of Greater Toledo 211