The Laclede County Office Of Emergency Management


Notices and Alerts

Communication in Disaster

Sponsored by: Laclede County COAD

Presented by: Laclede County OEM/Lebanon Police Department

Date/Time: August 16, 2018 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.


The flag has been raised at the county court house to celebrate Independence day. Would like to thank Lebanon City Firefighters, Dan Breedlove from Lynchburg, Presiding Commissioner Danny Rhoades , Randy Rowe OEM Director, and everyone else that helped.

Free Smoke Alarms Available for Lebanon Residents
Lebanon Fire Department and Red Cross team up to save lives
Smoke alarms will be installed in the Lebanon mobile home park where the recent fatality fire occurred And to all of Laclede County. The installations will be done on Wed. June 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Lebanon Fire Department and other fire departments are partnering with Red Cross to install the alarms at no charge to the residents. They will also talk about fire safety and how families should prepare for home emergencies.
For information on obtaining a free, installed smoke alarm individuals may call (417) 533-8121










Our Mission

To protect the lives and property of all residents when major disasters threaten public safety in any part of Laclede County. The Laclede County Office Of Emergency Management responds to two types of disasters – natural and man-made. Natural disasters are major snow and/or ice storms, floods, tornadoes and/or severe weather, as well as the threat of a serious earthquake along Missouri’s New Madrid Fault. Man-made disasters may include hazardous material incidents, nuclear power plant accidents and other radiological hazards. The Laclede County Office Of Emergency Management is also responsible for developing a County Emergency Operations Plan which coordinates the actions of Laclede County government departments and agencies in the event of any emergency requiring use of resources and personnel.