I just recently moved to the area. What hazards should I be aware of?

Briefly, some hazards that affect Teton County (in no particular order) are:

  • Avalanches
  • Earthquakes
  • Flash-flooding
  • Flooding
  • Landslides
  • Man-made disasters
  • Severe Weather
  • Wildfire

If you have any questions about these events, email Emergency Management.

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1. As a member of the community, are there any steps I can take to help prepare for a disaster?
2. I just recently moved to the area. What hazards should I be aware of?
3. I would like to have a disaster preparedness talk for my organization. Who would I contact?
4. Are there sandbags available to Teton County residents and businesses for flood protection?
5. I have never worked with sandbags for flood protection. Are there any instructions available?
6. Do I need flood insurance?
7. I just discovered that my property is in a newly established Special Flood Hazard Area. What now?
8. I don't have local TV and usually don't listen to local radio stations. I still want to receive emergency alerts, however. What should I do?
9. Does Teton County use outdoor sirens for public warning?
10. Can I receive important information and Emergency Alert System (EAS) messages via text message (SMS) or email from Teton County?
11. Is Teton County Emergency Management on Twitter?