Washington County Emergency Management (WCEM) is a volunteer organization dedicated to minimizing the effects of disasters upon the people of the community. 

The professional and volunteer staff of WCEM are trained to respond to a wide variety of technological and natural disasters. Hazard mitigation is an important part of group activities and includes the identification and elimination of possible long term hazards. 

Another function of the group is the coordination of local, State, and Federal response to a disaster event.  WCEM is responsible for the Emergency Operation Center (EOC) and for the coordination of disaster emergency response.

WCEM personnel are trained in a wide variety of skills including the following:

Disaster Preparedness      Disaster Team Organization     Search / Rescue
Emergency Medical     Basic Fire Fighting      Traffic Control
Weather Spotting      Damage Assessment
   

 

Tornado Siren Tests are conducted in Bartlesville on the first Monday of each month at 1:15 p.m. if weather permits, alternate test day is second Monday at 1:15 p.m…

       During storm watches and EOC activation you can monitor our radio traffic on the following frequencies:

158.745Mhz    155.235Mhz  

154.355Mhz     146.655Mhz HAM


Washington Co. and Bartlesville are Storm Ready Certified!

 

1 day ago

Please avoid Adams Blvd between Virginia and Highway 123 due to an accident involving a power pole.

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1 day ago

From the City of Bartlesville:
Sewer project prompts lane closures on Frank Phillips beginning Monday
Traffic will be reduced to one lane each way on Frank Phillips Boulevard between Park and Short ... See more

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5 days ago

Cold front currently moving through our area. Behind the front, we will see gusty winds and temperatures falling into the 60's. Some strong storms are also possible with wind, heavy rain and ... See more

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Power Outages Reported

Multiple ongoing power outages have been reported in town. This is due to the current high winds affecting the area.
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