Dan Duncan – Emergency Management

The St. Francois County Emergency Management Director in collaboration with law enforcement officers, elected officials, and government agencies, is given the task of leading emergency responses during and after disasters have occurred. In planning responses to emergencies to minimize the risk to citizens, will analyze all resources, equipment, and staff that are available to respond to emergency situations. After plans are developed, will organize emergency response training programs, make visits to update community members on emergency plans, and review emergency plans of individual organizations. During a disaster, emergency management director will need to lead the response, prioritize actions, conduct rescue missions, establish shelters, and order evacuations. Afterwards, will assess all damages, apply for state or federal funding for repairs, and revise plans for future disasters.

Contact Information

Address:
1550 Doubet Rd
Farmington, Missouri 63640

Phone:
1-573-747-9558

E-mail:
dduncan@sfcgov.org

Office Hours:
Monday thru Friday
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Tabletop Exercise

May 13th, 2019|

  On Tuesday May 7th 2019 County / City Emergency Management representatives, elected officials and first responders with St. Francois, Ste. Genevieve, Washington and Perry counties participated in a Mass Casualty Table Top Exercise at [...]

According to the Missouri State Emergency Management Agency, the below individuals are your local emergency coordinators.

City of Bismarck
Vacant
Vacant
Bismarck, MO 63624
573-
City Of Bonne Terre
Douglas Calvert
118 N Allen St
Bonne Terre, MO 63628
573-431-3131
City of Desloge
James Bullock
1000 N. Desloge Dr
Desloge, MO 63601
573-431-1463
City of Farmington
Tim Porter
12 S. Franklin St
Farmington, MO 63640
573-756-0608
Iron Mountain
Vacant
Vacant
Bismarck, MO 63624
573-
City of Leadington
Dustin McKinney
12 Weir St
Leadington, MO 63601
573-431-5637
City of Leadwood
Charles Lewis
1101 Mill St
Leadwood, MO 63653
573-562-7511
City of Park Hills
Doug Bowles
8 Municipal Dr
Park Hills, MO 63601
573-431-3122
St. Francois County
Dan Duncan
1550 Doubet Rd
Farmington, MO 63640
573-747-9558

According to Missouri State Emergency Management Agency, the below individuals are your local floodplain administrators.

Bonne Terre
Dwayne Hackworth
118 N. Allen St.
Bonne Terre, MO 63628
(573) 358-2254

Desloge
Bryan Cato
300 N. Lincoln St
Deslodge, MO 63601
(573) 431-3700

Farmington
Larry Lacy, P.E.
12 S. Franklin St.
Farmington, MO 63640
(573) 756-0608

Iron Mountain Lake
Roger Stodgell
538 Gallatin Drive
Iron Mountain Lake, MO 63624
(573) 734-2042

Leadwood
Kendra Boyer
708 Bank St
Leadwood, MO 63653
(573) 562-7125

Park Hills
Robert Sullivan
9 Bennett St.
Park Hills, MO 63601
(573) 431-3577

St. Francois Co.
John L. Gross
1640 E. Woodlawn
Farmington, MO 63640
(573) 454-2441

Mitigation is the effort to reduce loss of life and property by lessening the impact of disasters. In order for mitigation to be effective we need to take action now, before the next disaster, to reduce human and financial consequences later (analyzing risk, reducing risk, and insuring against risk). It is important to know that disasters can happen at any time and any place and if we are not prepared, consequences can be fatal.

Six Things to Know Before Disaster Strikes:

  1. Know where your gas shutoff valve is located. If you are unsure, ask your gas company. Shutting off gas before an emergency can help avoid gas leaks and explosions.
  2. Know where your electrical shutoff is located. If you are unsure, ask your electric company.
  3. Make an emergency communication plan. Your plan should include where to go, what to do, and how to reconnect.
  4. Make sure you have insurance. Floods are the most common and costly disaster.
  5. Plan for your pets. Find out which disaster shelters accept pets or where you can house them temporarily in the event of a disaster.
  6. Know your evacuation routes.

For more information visit www.ready.gov

St. Francois County Hazardous Mitigation Plan  Coming soon…

Recovering after an emergency and once the immediate danger is over, your continued safety and well-being will depend on your ability to cope and take the necessary steps to recover. The recovery process is a gradual one in which safety, mental health, and physical well-being are a top priority. Ready.gov, provides excellent information and resources that may be helpful in knowing what steps to take and what resources are available to aid in the process.

  • St. Francois County Emergency Operations Plan: Coming soon…
  • Preparing For Disaster: Click Here
  • Food and Water In An Emergency: Click Here
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