Office of Emergency Management

Vision: An integrated approach to public safety and homeland security.

Mission: Minimize the impacts of emergencies and disasters on the people, property, environment, and economy of the City of Mesquite through the wise use and management of all resources.


 
 

Emergency Management Coordinator Raymond Rivas accepts the September National Preparedness Month Resolution from Mayor John Monaco.
 

The City takes a proactive approach with preparedness. Mayor John Monaco presents Emergency Management Coordinator Raymond Rivas, Fire Chief Mark Kerby and Emergency Management Specialists Sarah Balkey and Alyson Brooks with the September National Preparedness Month Resolution.
 
 

         


City of Mesquite Hazard Mitigation Plan

We Need Your Input!

Being prepared for all types of natural hazards and disasters is the first step in reducing their negative effects. Mitigation planning is the best way to be prepared.

Become a partner in developing the City of Mesquite's Hazard Mitigation Plan. Please join us in the review of the Hazard Mitigation Plan and give us your ideas on how to make our community safer.

The City of Mesquite Hazard Mitigation review process will be:

Monday April 14, 2014 through Monday April 28, 2014.

Please click here to review the plan and give us your feedback.

You may also participate by completing an online survey at:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/RMN3NXK

If you have any questions you can contact the Planning Team:

Email your ideas and opinions to Jason Dobronz at jdobronz@truenorthem.com or call The Office of Emergency Management at 972-329-8377.

Mitigation Planning Is...A process to identify sustained actions to reduce or eliminate long-term risk to people and their property from hazards.






1515 N. Galloway Ave. Mesquite, TX 75149
972-329-8377
oem@mesquitefire.org