Emergency/Fire Information

Air Quality

Emergency / Sudden Natural Disaster

While Okanogan County Emergency Management may be the central command during an emergency or sudden natural disaster, the Okanogan County Public Health District (OCPHD) works diligently to respond and aid in recovery efforts for the living environment for Okanogan County residents following a sudden natural disaster such as flooding or wildfire.

For reference information about what to do during or after a flood, visit our Floods & Mold webpage.

Visit our Emergency Preparedness / Disaster Response webpage for recommendations what to do before a natural disaster strikes.

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Emergency / Fire Info7 documents

  • New Air Quality Info
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  • Air Quality
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  • Power Outages Be Prepared and Be Safe
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  • Purifying drinking water in Emergencies
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  • Food Safety Guidelines
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  • Using a Generator Safely
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  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning and Fact Sheets
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Fire Clean-up Information3 documents

  • Health & Safety Issues when returning home after a fire
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  • Guidlines for protecting your health after a wildfire
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  • Disposal of Debris from Burned Buildings
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