Services and Information

  • Be Prepared
    This page outlines steps to being prepared for a disaster or emergency
  • Bureau of Emergency Medical Services
    Information about the City's ambulance service.
  • Bureau of Emergency Medical Services - Notice of Privacy Practices
    This notice describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to this information.
  • CEMA Business Alliance
    Emergency management resources for businesses.
  • Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training
    The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program educates volunteers about disaster preparedness for the hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills.
  • Crisis Response
    Crisis response programs promote the early diversion of individuals in crisis or who are seeking crisis support using an in person and targeted outreach. The goal is to prioritize the use of non-law enforcement responses and interventions when appropriate to address the social, health, and mental health needs of individuals and communities.
  • Emergency Preparedness - Links
    Links to help you prepare for natural or man-made emergency situations.
  • Emergency Preparedness for Families & Individuals
    Emergency preparedness information and resources for families and individuals.
  • FEMA Emergency Checklist
    A basic emergency supply kit with recommended items.
  • Fire Department Communications
    Information regarding the bureau within the Fire Department that dispatches appropriate equipment to emergency calls.
  • NotifySTL - Sign Up for Emergency Alerts
    Our NotifySTL system is for residents, businesses, and visitors to the City of St. Louis
  • Outdoor Warning Sirens
    Outdoor warning sirens are used to alert people who are outside to go indoors and seek shelter in a hazardous situation.
  • Register Now for Emergency Alerts from the City Emergency Management Agency
    Informational flyer instructing people how to sign up to receive CEMA emergency alerts via Nixle.
  • Sign Up for Emergency Alerts via NotifySTL
    Receive alerts for severe weather, critical incidents, service disruptions, and evacuations of buildings or neighborhoods.
  • Supportive Reentry
    Supportive reentry programs support individuals who are returning to the community from incarceration with what they need to lead successful lives and avoid reincarceration. They assist individuals in identifying their goals tailored to their specific needs and interests while incarcerated, or soon after incarceration, and work with them to make progress on those goals.
  • Violence Interruption and Reduction
    Violence Interruption and Reduction programs utilize credible messengers to prevent and disrupt cycles of violence and retaliation in communities.
  • Weather Radio (NOAA)
    NOAA Weather Radio is an automated 24-hour network of VHF FM weather radio stations in the United States that broadcast weather information directly from a nearby National Weather Service office.
  • Youth Diversion
    Youth Diversion programs prevent deeper involvement of youth in violence and the juvenile justice system through coordinated interventions that help them transition back to school and community after arrest or confinement. Programs use restorative justice or other approaches that promote accountability and healing between young people and the victim or community.
  • Youth Programming
    Information about youth programming

Departments and Agencies

  • City Emergency Management Agency (CEMA)
    The City of St. Louis Emergency Management Agency (CEMA), a division of the Department of Public Safety, maintains an ongoing program of prevention, mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery
  • Fire Department
    Established on Sept. 14, 1857, the St. Louis Fire Department is the second oldest career Fire Department in the United States
  • Police Division
    The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Division (SLMPD) serves the City of St. Louis. This page is provided as a courtesy service to direct visitors to the Official SLMPD website.

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