Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan
The Osceola County Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan was approved by the Board of County Commissioners in September 2016. The plan is approved by the State of Florida as required by the Florida Administrative Code, Rule 27P supported by Florida State Statute 252.
The plan's framework provides direction on when to activate and how to operate the County's Emergency Operations Center (EOC) in an event of a disaster.
The Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP) contains annexes and appendices. One of these is the Terrorism Annex. This annex is protected and not available to the general public. However, we want you to be aware that this plan does exist.
An additional annex to the Plan is the Pandemic Influenza Community Plan. This plan was written in a collaborative fashion with many of the partners and city representatives directly involved. This plan outlines the basic actions required to support the community should a pandemic event occur, regardless of the origin.
*The Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan may be obtained by contacting the County’s Communications Office.