The Laclede County Office Of Emergency Management


OEM Director: Randy Rowe

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Notices and Alerts

Due to possible freezing weather tonight Salvation Army will be available as a warming station from 6 p.m. Nov. 9, 2018 to 6 a.m Nov 10, 2018, or longer as needed.

OEM wants to thank all the Veterans across this great nation   THANK YOU

On this Veterans Day, let us remember the service of our veterans, and let us renew our national promise to fulfill our sacred obligations to our veterans and their families who have sacrificed so much so that we can live free.   

Lebanon Missouri Christmas Parade “A Toyland Christmas Parade” will be 11/17/18 at 11:am 


With winter approaching fast everyone be careful with your fireplace and space heaters. Be prepared for the slick roads they will be upon us before you know it. So stay safe.

Everyone watch out for the school buses and the kids crossing the roads. Slow down and be careful.









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.