, Director Emergency Management and Homeland Security
, 911 System Coordinator and Assistant Director of Emergency Management
PHONE: (701) 523-4771
FAX: (701) 523-5443
104 1st Street NW, Suite #5
Bowman, ND 58623
Monday -Thursday 7:30 am to 12:00 pm & 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm MT
Friday 7:30 am to 12:00 pm MT
(Closed on Legal Holidays)
The Bowman County Emergency Manager has the responsibilities for the day-to-day Emergency Management programs. The Emergency Services office cooperates with a comprehensive network of local, state, and federal Emergency Management personnel; governmental agencies, law enforcement, fire, ambulance, and other emergency personnel; private businesses; voluntary organizations; and individuals to identify potential hazards and to apply the four phases of Emergency Management (Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, and Recovery) to develop emergency plans for each potential natural and technological hazard. Although it is the responsibility of all departments to respond to the needs of itsí citizens during a serious emergency or major disaster, the planning and coordination of this task is the responsibility of the Emergency Management Office.
The Homeland Security Director oversees all homeland security and terrorism training, briefings, and preparedness. The Homeland Security Director is Bowman County's contact to receive any and all information about homeland security or terrorism issues.
The 911 Coordinator manages the operation of the Bowman-Slope 911 System and is responsible for 911 addressing system in Bowman and Slope Counties.
Emergency Management encourages you to prepare now to care for yourself and your loved ones during a crisis. Find out here what residents of Bowman and Slope County can do to prepare.
Local Emergency Planning Committee or "LEPC" develops and maintains emergency plans.
Find more information on various items including the Bowman Radar, Fire Danger Index, Disaster Recovery and more.
Protecting the nation against further terrorist attacks.
The emergency number that provides immediate and direct access emergency responders.
When outdoor sirens sound and what it means.
Information and resources parents, teachers, or caregivers can use to teach children about what to do before, during, and after emergencies.