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Emergency Management Office

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Cathleen Palmitesso, Director
Oswego County Branch Office Building
200 N. Second St., Fulton - Basement

Phone: 315-591-9150
Fax: 315-591-9176
Hours: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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About us

Planning for emergencies and disasters is everyone’s responsibility. The Oswego County Emergency Management Office (EMO) helps make that happen by working with first response agencies, local governments, and county agencies to prepare for, respond to, recover from, and mitigate against natural and man-made disasters.

Oswego County is a National Weather Service StormReady Community and an NWS Weather Ambassador.

EMO collaborates with the County Fire Coordinator’s office, E-911 Communications Center, Sheriff’s Department, Health Department, the American Red Cross, and other county agencies and partners before, during and following emergencies, to provide public notification, training, coordination and resources. The office manages the county’s Comprehensive Emergency Plan and its annexes, and coordinates with local municipalities to ensure their emergency plans are current.

EMO coordinates nuclear power plant emergency planning with Constellation, New York State and the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and assists in the development of the “Emergency Planning for the Nine Mile Point and/or James A. FitzPatrick Nuclear Stations”  brochure.

Questions about Oswego County Emergency Management?
Call 315-591-9150