Welcome to Winona County/City of Winona Emergency Management
Near Elba in 2007
Fire in Winona
Washed out bridge
Residential flooding in 2007
Status: Winona County/City of Winona are under normal operating conditions.
Winona County/City of Winona Emergency Management maintains an on-call state of readiness twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. This is accomplished through the dedication of Minnesota Certified Emergency Managers. Michael Peterson is the Emergency Management Director.
The mission of Winona County Emergency Management is to minimize the impact of catastrophic events on our citizens, the economy, and public infrastructure. This is accomplished through working in 5 mission areas:
We hope this website will provide you with valuable information regarding the Emergency Management program and our services, along with helpful disaster preparedness information.
Please call Winona County/City of Winona Emergency Management at 507-457-6498 if you have any questions, or email Michael Peterson, Emergency Management Director.
Winona County/City of Winona utilizes an Emergency Notification System called CodeRED. Get alerts to emergencies and other important community news by signing up for this Winona County/City of Winona Emergency Notification System. The CodeRED notification system enables Winona County/City of Winona authorities to provide you with critical information quickly in a variety of situations such as severe weather, unexpected road closures, missing persons, and evacuations of buildings or neighborhoods. You will receive time sensitive messages however you specify. This system has the ability to deliver messages to a live person or an answering machine within a targeted area or the entire county quickly. Click here to enroll.
Smart911 is a free service provided by Winona County/City of Winona. It is private and secure - you control your information. Smart911 saves time in an emergency when seconds count. Sign up now.