The Floyd County Emergency Management Agency is responsible for strategic planning and organizational management of natural and man made disasters occurring in Floyd County.  Floyd County's Emergency Management Agency works closely with State and Federal agencies such as FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security.



Hazmat IQ Course

Floyd County EMA/LEPC held an Hazmat IQ course on June 24th, 2015 at Pine View Government Center.  We had 34 in attendance which was made up of Firefighters, Health Department and Emergency Management Personnel.  This class was put on by Federal Resources and CJ Haberkorn was the trainer.  We received a lot of positive feedback from this course and they feel that they learned more from this Hazmat Course than others they have attended in the past. We would like to thank Samtec for helping sponsor the class which helped Floyd County EMA/ LEPC bring the class to Floyd County.

                                                   3DR SOLO DRONE

Floyd County EMA has purchased a 3DR SOLO by the 3D Robotics Company. The drone will be another tool in the tool box for multiple applications such as large fire events, search and rescue, law enforcement events such as SWAT, missing persons etc. The drone is equipped with a Hero 4 camera with recording capabilities and can be viewed from the control console or from an external TV monitor. The drone has a 2 mile travel radius with many operational features such as orbit and follow me.

The Keep it with you Personal Medical Information Form (KIWY)

Could you provide your personal medical information in a timely manner in an emergency situation?  In an emergency situation, people may not be able to get their medical records.  The "Keep It With You" (KIWY) Personal Medical Information Form is intended to be a voluntary and temporary record that lists medical care and other health information for people who need care during disasters and similar situations.  It is important for health care workers to have a simple and reliable way to learn information about past and new health concerns for people receiving help.  Print out a copy of the "Keep It With You" Medical Information Form and Keep this INFORMATION IN A SECURE PLACE FOR FURTHER REFERENCE.

Floyd County EMA Dissemination Plan

The Floyd County Emergency Management Agency has released the following Emergency Information Dissemination plan for the residents of Floyd County. Please click on the link below to review and become familiar with the plan.

Travel Advisory Guidelines adopted in Floyd County!

The Floyd County Emergency Management Office in conjunction with the Indiana Department of Homeland Security and the Floyd County Commissioner's announced the adoption of a travel advisory system to be in effect in Floyd County.  Additional information will be provided on this website to reflect the travel advisory levels.

​​Office Information

PineView Government Center

Floyd County Emergency Mgmt

2524 Corydon Pike, Suite 101

New Albany, IN 47150

(812) 948-5454 (office)

(812) 948-5453 (fax)

Hours: Mon - Fri 8-4

Department Personnel

EMA Director Position Open

William Wright, Dep. Director

Tamara Markland, Admin Asst.

Emergency Number

Floyd County Sheriff's Dept.




Notice of Vacant EMA Director Position

Floyd County Emergency Management Agency is taking applications for the EMA Director position.  Applications can be obtained in the Floyd Director of Operations Office, 2524 Corydon Pike, Suite 202, New Albany, Indiana.  For more information and the job description please click on the red button.                                                The Deadline for applying is 12:00 noon on September 30, 2016.

Alert Floyd County Mass Notification System

Floyd County, Indiana is excited to announce the launch of the Alert Floyd County Mass Notification System an Emergency Alert System that will alert the residents of Floyd County on weather, imminent threats to health and safety as well as informational notifications that affect your locations or work environments.  Floyd County Residents will be able to sign up by clicking on the blue button.                                                          The link will also be on the Floyd County website: www.floydcounty.in.gov. This service allows you to opt-in to receive notifications via phone calls, text messaging, e-mail and more based on locations you care about. You can choose to receive notifications about events that may affect your home, workplace and more.  If you are an existing Nixle user, your account will not cross over and you will need to reregister. For More Info: (812) 948-5454       


                                         2015 LEPC Full Scale Exercise
Floyd County Emergency Management and the Local Emergency Planning Committee put on a Full Scale Exercise on Friday, November 13th, 2015 on West 4th and Main Street.  We had a great exercise with representatives from INDOT, Lafayette Fire Dept, New Albany Fire Dept, New Chapel Fire Department, Clarksville Fire Dept, Georgetown Fire Dept, Floyd County Sheriff's Dept, New Albany Police Dept, Red Cross, Yellow Ambulance, Rural Metro Ambulance, Floyd Memorial Hospital, Floyd County Health Dept, State Hazmat and Norfolk Southern Railroad. Special thanks to the Red Cross for providing lunch and drinks, and Industrial Safety and Training Services for helping us with the exercise. For more pictures go to our EMA Facebook page.

To Receive Weather and Emergency
Alerts for Floyd County sign up on Nixle using your mobile Number or email address. 

 2017 LEPC Meetings

 February 7th

 May 9th

 August 1st

 November 14th

  2017 EMA  Meetings

  January 4th

  April 5th

  July 5th

  October 4th

Quick Links

LEPC Local Emergency Planning Committee

LEPC Board

Meetings start at 12:00 pm

  EMA Meetings

  EMA Advisory Boards

  Meetings start at 12:00 Noon


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