Clayton County, Iowa

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Emergency Management

Sarah Moser, Director

Location:  Clayton County Office Building

Position: appointed by the Emergency Management Services Board

The duty of the Emergency Management Director is to administer disaster services programs such as severe weather warning and assist in the federal and state agencies in disasters. The Emergency Management Services Board is composed of the Board of Supervisor's and the mayors of all the cities in the Clayton County.

Contact Information

Clayton County EMA Commission Agenda

Tentative Agenda
July 26, 2016
Keystone AEA
1400 2nd St NW
Elkader, IA 52043
8:00 PM


EMA Executive Board Meeting Minutes - October 27, 2015

EMA Executive Board Meeting Minutes
October 27, 2015
Members Present: Jerry Schroeder, Luana Mayor; Russell Loven, Guttenberg Mayor (EMA Chair); Chuck Uskavitch, E911; Mike Tschirgi, Clayton County Sheriff; Fred Schaub, Guttenberg Fire; Gary Bowden, Board of Supervisors; and Sarah Moser, EMA.


EMA Executive Board Meeting Agenda

Tuesday, October 27, 2015 - 5:30 p.m.
Clayton County Office Building
  • Call to Order
  • Roll Call
  • EMA Update of Activities - Sarah
  • Audit of EMA Account/911 Account - Russ
    • Presentation and Discussion
    • Motion if any
  • Replacement of EMA/911 Truck - Sarah/Chuck
    • Presentation and Discussion
    • Motion if any
  • Adjourn, Motion

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Tornado Safety

During tornado season, it's a good idea to review how to be best prepared for them.  The Red Cross has some good information in this regard at the following address:


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