The Town is Planning for Natural Hazards
The Town of North Providence is currently engaged in the planning process to become less vulnerable to natural hazards such as snow storms, flooding, and hurricanes. The meeting minutes of the Hazard Mitigation Planning Committee are linked below.
Stay tuned for ways in which you can participate in this process for a more resilient North Providence. For more information, questions, or how to become involved, please contact the EMA Director Robert Howe at .
The North Providence Emergency Management Agency is responsible for implementing policies related to emergency management programs and activities.
North Providence’s Emergency Management Agency, at the direction of the Mayor, will coordinate the existing town departments that have emergency management responsibilities with the resources of private organizations having emergency management functions.
The leader of each Town of North Providence Department or Agency directs its own primary responsibilities consolidated under the Mayor. During emergency operations, support activities provided to other departments or agencies are coordinated by the North Providence Emergency Management Director to maximize the results.
Emergency Management Director: Coordinates the establishment and maintenance of an effective local emergency management program dealing with the four phases of Emergency Management.