Is Teton County Emergency Management on Twitter?

Yes, we are and we try to update at least daily. Our username is tetonwyo_em. We will post about daily events in our office so you can have a sense of what we do to help prepare Teton County for disasters. We will also use Twitter as one of the many outlets for emergency information in the event of a disaster.

But, just like radio, TV, and the internet in general, systems can go down or have technical difficulties. Do not depend on Twitter as your only source of emergency information, but rather as one of several redundant backups.

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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?
12. I haven't received a Nixle SMS/email message in a long time. Is it still working?
13. I'm a commuter and need to know right away if Teton Pass or the Snake River Canyon closes. Where can I get this info?