Programs

County ESF and EOP 

Description: The County/City Emergency Operations Plan shall establish the organizational structure to be utilized by local government to manage disaster and emergency response and set for the policies, procedures and guidelines for the coordination of all disaster and emergency response in the county and all the cities therein for an emergency, declared emergency, disaster, or catastrophe.

Requirements: The local emergency operations plan shall be officially adopted by signed executive order of the county judge/executive or mayor.

Authority: KRS 39B.030 (3) Powers, authorities, rights and duties of local director – Development of organizational structure.
106 KAR 1:200 Local Plan

Timelines and Deadlines: May 1 – Updated Plan to Regional Manager for Review by State.  July 31 – Plan w/state concurrence posted locally.

Reporting Requirements: A copy of the local emergency operations plan and all revisions or updates thereto, shall be submitted by the local director to the Division of Emergency Management for concurrence review and reference.

Additional Guidance: County Emergency Operations Plans will be converted to federal Emergency Support Function format no later than 12 December 2012.

Please Note:
The documents below are presented as working examples and do not contain required content or formats.  They are intended to be modified to fit each County's unique emergency planning requirements. 

Counties must develop their own basic plan and emergency support functions which reflect their hazards, define their capabilities, describe their emergency management systems and inform their citizens as to how their elected officials will act when responding to and recovering from disasters within their communities.

Before using these documents it is recommended that you review the planning guides which contain worksheets and guidance useful for first time and experienced emergency planners alike.  If you have any questions concerning these documents or guides contact Rocco Pepe, County Planner, Kentucky Division of Emergency Management.

County Basic Plan ICS Templates299 KB1/12/2012 4:51 AM
County Basic Plan Template908 KB1/12/2012 4:51 AM
Earthquake coloring Book Full3387 KB1/12/2012 4:38 AM
EOP Checklist85 KB1/12/2012 4:51 AM
ERL Workbook357 KB6/9/2012 2:31 PM
ESF 01 Transportation136 KB1/12/2012 4:51 AM
ESF 02 Communications168 KB1/12/2012 4:51 AM
ESF 03 Public Works145 KB1/12/2012 4:51 AM
ESF 04 Firefighting153 KB1/12/2012 4:51 AM
ESF 05 Emergency Management134 KB1/12/2012 4:51 AM
ESF 06 Mass Care, Housing, and Human Services144 KB1/12/2012 4:51 AM
ESF 07 Resource Support145 KB1/12/2012 4:51 AM
ESF 08 Public Health and Medical Services159 KB1/12/2012 4:51 AM
ESF 09 Search and Rescue147 KB1/12/2012 4:51 AM
ESF 10 Hazardous Materials155 KB1/12/2012 4:51 AM
ESF 11 Agriculture144 KB1/12/2012 4:51 AM
ESF 12 Energy and Utilities153 KB1/12/2012 4:51 AM
ESF 13 Law Enforcement and Security133 KB1/12/2012 4:51 AM
ESF 14 Long-Term Recovery and Mitigation151 KB1/12/2012 4:51 AM
ESF 15 Public Information133 KB1/12/2012 4:51 AM
ESF Checklist42 KB1/12/2012 4:51 AM
Executive Order Template40 KB1/31/2012 8:26 AM
KYEM EMERGENCY PLANNING GUIDE 1 Final Feb 2013986 KB3/11/2013 6:06 AM
KYEM EMERGENCY PLANNING GUIDE 2 - How to Develop a Basic Plan Final Feb 2013866 KB3/11/2013 6:06 AM
KYEM EMERGENCY PLANNING GUIDE 3 - EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTIONS Final Feb 2013692 KB3/11/2013 6:06 AM
KYEM EMERGENCY PLANNING GUIDE 4 - Incident Specific Plans and Active Planning Final Feb 20131203 KB3/11/2013 6:06 AM
KYEM EMERGENCY PLANNING GUIDE 5 - The Emergency Resource List Final Feb 2013368 KB3/11/2013 6:06 AM