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Emergency Operations Plan |
Contingency plans provide specific procedures or support functions for specific events as an adjunct to the Emergency Operations Plan.
Animal Emergency Response Contingency Plan|
The Animal Emergency Response Contingency Plan primarily addresses the Humboldt Operational Area’s planned
response to a significant disaster emergency situation which also involves domestic animals in Humboldt County. This Plan
establishes procedures and organizational structures for dealing with domestic animal-related issues during those disaster
events. The purpose of this Plan is to minimize the loss of life and property through an organized response process and to
address specific domestic animal needs in impacted areas. This Plan will be used in conjunction with, and under the authority
of, the County of Humboldt Emergency Operations Plan.
Flood Contingency Plan|
The Flood Contingency Plan primarily addresses the Humboldt Operational Area's planned response to a flooding
situation affecting Humboldt County. This Plan establishes detailed procedures for response to areas that have flooded or may be jeopardized by potential flooding. The purpose of this Plan is to minimize the loss of life and property through an organized
response process. This Plan will be used in conjunction with, and under the authority of, the County of Humboldt Emergency
Joint Information Center Plan|
The Joint Information Center (JIC) facilitates the efficient flow of information during a significant disaster event
between the government response organizations and the media. It serves as the "hub" for the release of timely, accurate, consistent,
and useful disaster related information. The JIC Plan delineates the process and procedures for
establishing and operating the JIC.
Local Assistance Center Plan|
The Local Assistance Center (LAC) is a "one-stop" service facility for those citizens impacted by a disaster.
The LAC provides accessibility for the public to obtain information about disaster assistance programs and services in a single
location. Representatives from state and federal agencies, non-governmental and voluntary organizations,
and various other support entities are available to the public to help them streamline the recovery process.
The LAC Plan delineates the process and procedures for establishing and operating the LAC.