Jackson County Wildfires: Information and Community Resources


Community Preparedness

2019 ‘Do 1 Thing’ Campaign
Preparing for disasters and emergencies can seem like a daunting task; as a result, many people never get started. The City of Medford wants to provide our community with small steps that can make a big difference before, during, and after an emergency. Therefore, the City is partnering with “Do 1 Thing,” which is a program geared at encouraging each community member that it is easy to prepare for yourself, your family, and your neighborhood in the event a disaster strikes. Every month has a low or no-cost option to become better prepared. You can jump in at any time. If each of us does one thing each month, by the time a year has passed, we will have taken big steps toward being ready for the unknown.
Jackson County Handbook
Southern Oregon is a beautiful place to live, but nonetheless we are vulnerable to fires, floods, severe storms, earthquakes, dam failures, landslides, and hazardous spills. Many of these disasters have already occurred here and undoubtedly will again. During a disaster you may be able to stay in your home but it could be without power or water. This preparedness guide and family workbook will help you to be ready for whatever emergencies may occur.
Additional Department Information

Emergency Management Department Contacts

200 South Ivy Street, Room #180
Medford, OR 97501
Phone: (541)774-2322
Fax: (541)774-2514
Contact: Aaron Ott
Hours: Mon - Fri, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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