Emergency Management

Emergency Preparedness

The Emergency Preparedness Office is responsible for the coordination of preparedness activities relating to natural, human-caused, and technological incidents that lead to emergencies, disasters, or catastrophes. Our office works closely with other internal departments, local volunteer and public safety response agencies, and with the Cass County and Fargo Emergency Management Offices. Our office is a resource for the city, as well as for the community. Please feel free to contact us for any assistance and preparedness needs.

Helpful Phone Numbers

  • For all immediate emergency needs please call 911
  • For issues relating to fires and fire protection call 701-433-5580
  • For issues relating to law enforcement call 701-433-5500
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