The Genesee County Emergency Preparedness Program is responsible for collaborating with public and private agencies to assure a timely and effective response during a public health emergency. On this page you will find helpful information, links to websites, and tools that will help you increase your level of preparedness. Please click on the links below or scroll down to visit the various sections.
Tools and Templates
Personal and Family Preparedness
The checklists outlined below were created by the Do 1 Thing program to help you become more prepared. The mission of Do 1 Thing is to move individuals, families, organizations, businesses, and communities to prepare for all hazards and become disaster resilient.
Planning for an emergency can keep you open for business during an emergency. The Genesee County Health Department wants you to have a plan to protect your employees, lessen the impact of the emergency on your business and remain open or re-open quickly.
Emergency Preparedness convenes a Health Threat Preparedness Committee (HTPC) composed of community partners from various agencies. The HTPC meets quarterly. Contact April Swartout at (810) 424-4441 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. HTPC Committee Members include: