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New Public Alert System

Garrard County Emergency Management Agency and CSEPP are implementing a new public alert system, Regroup. Regroup will allow public safety agencies in Garrard County and the City of Lancaster to notify the public about dangers, events and other public safety matters that may affect the public. Users can enter in …

Severe Weather

Private Driveway Snow Removal

We have had numerous calls for snow removal of private roads and driveways. The County road department is not able to remove snow from private property by law. We have put together a list of snow removal companies and private individuals. This is not an exclusive list nor is this …


Cars Parked on Roads Will be Towed

By executive order of the Garrard County Judge/ Executive’s office, any cars parked or abandoned on a county road will be towed at the owner’s expense due to the need for roads to be plowed and treated in a timely manner. Vehicles left on roads have prevented road plows and …


Winter Storm Octavia – Update

Press Release #3 Garrard County and the City of Lancaster have made significant progress over the night and during Tuesday morning with the effects of Winter Storm Octavia. Road treatment operations were held off until daylight in order to avoid freezing of melting snow. Primary roads are now passable in …


EOC Construction Update Dec. 1

The staff here at Garrard County EMA/CSEPP and over at Bluegrass 911 are very excited about the construction of the new facility that will become the new home for both agencies. We plan on writing updates and sharing photos about the progress of the construction on a regular basis. So keep …


Golden Alert – 25 Nov 2014

A Golden Alert has been issued for a Roger Isaacs, a 67 year old resident of Lancaster, KY. Mr Isaacs suffers from early stages of dementia and has not been seen or heard from since approximately 10:30 Tuesday morning. Isaacs is described as a white male, approximately 6’1” tall and …

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Reflecting On Winter Storm Titan

The first week of March 2014 and its Winter Storm Titan provided many challenges to Garrard County and City of Lancaster citizens and governments. The weather predictions and what was done has been reviewed by the staff at Garrard County EMA in order to make sure the response was appropriate . …


Training – ICS 400 Dec 6-7

The Garrard County EMA/CSEPP office will be hosting ICS 400, Advanced ICS Command & General Staff for Complex Incidents, on Saturday, December 6-7 beginning at 8 AM. Anyone interested in attending the course should register on the Kentucky Emergency Management website. Other training opportunities in and around Garrard County can …

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New FEMA Flood Map Center

Redesigned FEMA Flood Map Service Center On Monday, July 28, the FEMA Risk MAP Program unveiled a redesigned FEMA Flood Map Service Center (MSC). A streamlined design and interface, significant technical improvements, and a set of new user features will enable the new MSC to serve as both an intuitive and user-friendly …

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The First Step

Creating a family emergency plan begins with writing down important information.