Find links to general emergency management-related websites, as well as governmental agencies.
Hyper-Reach (www.hyper-reach.com) is a mass notification system with over 12 years of experience in emergency messaging. Hyper-Reach sends messages via automated telephone calls, text messaging (SMS), email, and social media, such as Twitter. Other uses of Hyper-Reach include Amber alerts, toxic chemical warnings, and armed shooter alerts. In addition to 911 centers, Hyper-Reach is used by law enforcement, educational institutions, and corporations.
Visit ReadyNC, the North Carolina Department of Public Safety's emergency management website.
The American Red Cross has provided a guide to assembling a family disaster kit.
View and download the American Red Cross's Family Disaster Plan.
Road construction and maintenance is the responsibility of the North Carolina Division of Highways or the towns and cities.
View and download the Iredell County Special Needs Registry application packet. The registry gives key information to emergency workers in the event of a 911 call and/or during a disaster such as a hurricane, flood, winter storm, power outage, disease outbreak or nuclear event, etc. Persons on the registry are volunteering for the list and have the choice to agree to, or say no to, assistance.