The Emergency Ops Center app is designed to provide innovative communication and situational awareness to citizens, media, businesses and first responders across Johnson County, Texas.
Our app was designed to include the most pertinent information about the status of public safety and emergency situations. Its unique features include:
- Incident Mapping that will show what’s going on across Johnson County at any given time, from road closures to structure fires and more
- Register function allows you to register your storm shelter location with Johnson County as well as to volunteer in a local disaster
- Locate button helps you find local fire departments, law enforcement agencies or government office’s with just a touch
- Additional functions let you send emergency management pictures of what you see, check the weather, link to our social media, or check an event calendar to see what events are planned across the county.
By selecting to allow push notes, you will have the ability to receive pop-up notes about tornado warnings, flooding or other emergency events specific to Johnson County, Texas.
Want to give a BIG tip of the hat to the Johnson County Skywarn Team and community for the response to last nights fast moving storms. I broadcast the activation system at 127 this morning and had roughly 20 operators on the air within 15-20 minutes. That is a great response for that time of the morning. The best part of it all though was the precision and accuracy of the reports and the cleanliness of the net itself. We were operating out of the Johnson County EOC and had the City of Cleburne EOC and the Mansfield EOC on the air with us to provide county wide coverage and information sharing to benefit the citizenry of our county and surrounding counties that were able to prepare from our net reports. Makes me proud to be part of your team folks.
!!!!!!!For those of you not familiar with Amateur (HAM) radio this is just one of the things we do to benefit society. If you want to know more or meet some of us then mark your calendars and visit a local meeting.
Mansfield Johnson Amateur Radio Service meets the First Friday of each month at Fire Station #3 on East Broad Street in Mansfield at 7pm.
Texas Adventist Emergency Club meets the Third Sunday of each month at the Adventist Disaster Depot on Hwy 2280 (Old Betsy) just north of Keene at 7pm.
Johnson County Amateur Radio Emergency Services (ARES)Team meets the Fourth Tuesday of each month at the Johnson County Emergency Operations Center at 810 E. Kilpatrick in Cleburne at 7PM.
All of these meetings are free and open to the public.
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