Departments and Agencies
City Emergency Management Agency
The City of St. Louis Emergency Management Agency (CEMA), a division of the Department of Public Safety, maintains an ongoing program of mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery
Established on Sept. 14, 1857, the St. Louis Fire Department is the second oldest career Fire Department in the United States
Public Safety Department
The Department of Public Safety is the largest municipal government department in the City of St. Louis overseeing the Fire Department, six major divisions, two bureaus, a correctional institution and the city jail.
This page outlines and provides general information on hazards/threats local to the City of St. Louis
This page outlines steps to being prepared for a disaster or emergency
Bureau of Emergency Medical Services
Information about the City's ambulance service.
Preparedness information for businesses
Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
And explanation of the CERT Program
Links and information regarding various education opportunities for Fire and EMS personnel.
Fire Department Communications
Information regarding the bureau within the Fire Department that dispatches appropriate equipment to emergency calls.
Hazards: Building Collapses/Explosions
Threats, Hazards: Building Collapses/Explosions
Emergency preparedness information and resources for kids.
Emergency preparedness links.
NOAA Weather Radio
This page explains the NOAA weather radio and its importance in every household.
Outdoor Warning Sirens
This page describes the Outdoor Warning Sirens used in the City of St. Louis.
All Ready STL - Types of emergencies
All Ready STL information page
American Red Cross Greater St. Louis Region
St. Louis Red Cross has provided comfort, care and necessities to those affected by disaster. On the scene following tornadoes, floods and power outages, the Greater St. Louis Region also responds to an average of three house fires every day. We provide immediate assistance for food, shelter, clothing and emotional support.
Mayor Slay Launches #STL4OKC
A donation drive to support our neighbors in tornado-ravaged Oklahoma City and its suburbs.
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