Emergency Management

Apply for CERT Basic Training 2023

September 30, October 1, October 7, and October 8

9 AM - 5 PM each day, lunch provided

Basic Training is a free, 32-hour course that leaves graduates with skills to help themselves and others during everything from catastrophic disasters to small-scale emergencies. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will have the opportunity to join the Teton County Community Emergency Response Team which provides continuing education and opportunities to deploy to planned events and real-world emergencies in the county.

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Receiving and Understanding Emergency Alerts

Are you set up to receive important and time-sensitive information from authorities during an emergency? Can you receive this information via multiple pathways? Check out the information below and visit our Public Warning System page to learn more.

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