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Toll Free Number Available!

Box Elder County now has a new toll free number to allow wider access for those outside of the Brigham City area.  This number is 
1-877-390-2326.  The older 257-5810 phone number has been disconnected. read more











RAIL PHOTO SAFETY

 

 

Please follow this link to read an important message about safety around the many rail road tracks in our county. 

 

Emergency Notification System

 

 

CODE RED

 Please take a moment to fill in the appropriate information below to be notified by your local emergency response team in the event of emergency situations or critical community alerts. Examples include: evacuation notices, bio-terrorism alerts, boil water notices, and missing child reports.   Click this link for more information and to sign-up.


Box Elder County Justice Center/Motor Vehicle Building

 

 

Department of Motor Vehicles and Justice Court now located at the Box Elder Justice Center

Box Elder Justice Center

81 North Main Brigham City

DMV & Justice Court
Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

CALENDAR

 
Sep 3
Open Riding Till 4:00 p.m.
Sep 3
7-9 Posse Summer S/Outdoor Winter Indoor
Sep 4
Open Riding Till 4:00 p.m.

 What is Emergency Prepraredness?

Develop family emergency plans for:
-                    Getting out of your house if there is fire, and accounting for everyone.
-          Family communication and reunification, if the family is dispersed during the day.             
Develop preparedness kits for:
-          Emergency evacuation to shelter or other location, from home
-          Kids while at school / college. Work with schools to find space for such kits
-          Work locations
-          The trunk of your car, especially if commute long distances
Establish a 3 month food storage plan

Get involved in, or help establish community emergency volunteer programs, such as:
-          Citizen’s Corp Council (CCC)
-          Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT)
-          Amateur Radios Emergency System (ARES) – HAM Radio
-          Medical Reserve Corp (MRS)
-          Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS)

For detailed information on: 
Family Preparedness Plans, 
Building Emergency Kits, 
Food Storage 
Natural Disasters 
Terrorism

VISIT THESE WEBSITES:
         Utah Division of Emergency Management
         Be Ready Utah
         Federal Emergency Management Agency
         Ready America
         American Red Cross
                   National Weather Service/Salt Lake
           www.wrh.noaa.gov/slc/
                    Brigham City Emergency Management, right here in our county has a great website with                          great information, as well.
 
The internet, in general, has extensive information. Just search “personal preparedness”.

Check out the series of YouTube videos, called "20 to READY", done between Salt Lake County Emergency Services and KBYU. These are great short videos which capture segments of personal and family preparedness.
 

Additional emergency preparedness information and reference material can be obtained by contacting the Box Elder County Sheriff's Office, Emergency Management Director at 435-734-3813.

 What is Emergency Prepraredness?

Develop family emergency plans for:
-                    Getting out of your house if there is fire, and accounting for everyone.
-          Family communication and reunification, if the family is dispersed during the day.             
Develop preparedness kits for:
-          Emergency evacuation to shelter or other location, from home
-          Kids while at school / college. Work with schools to find space for such kits
-          Work locations
-          The trunk of your car, especially if commute long distances
Establish a 3 month food storage plan

Get involved in, or help establish community emergency volunteer programs, such as:
-          Citizen’s Corp Council (CCC)
-          Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT)
-          Amateur Radios Emergency System (ARES) – HAM Radio
-          Medical Reserve Corp (MRS)
-          Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS)

For detailed information on: 
Family Preparedness Plans, 
Building Emergency Kits, 
Food Storage 
Natural Disasters 
Terrorism

VISIT THESE WEBSITES:
         Utah Division of Emergency Management
         Be Ready Utah
         Federal Emergency Management Agency
         Ready America
         American Red Cross
                   National Weather Service/Salt Lake
           www.wrh.noaa.gov/slc/
                    Brigham City Emergency Management, right here in our county has a great website with                          great information, as well.
 
The internet, in general, has extensive information. Just search “personal preparedness”.

Check out the series of YouTube videos, called "20 to READY", done between Salt Lake County Emergency Services and KBYU. These are great short videos which capture segments of personal and family preparedness.
 

Additional emergency preparedness information and reference material can be obtained by contacting the Box Elder County Sheriff's Office, Emergency Management Director at 435-734-3813.

 What is Emergency Preparedness?

You do not have to become a full blown "prepper", waiting for "Zombie Apocalypse". We have not developed any Emergency Plans for that type of scenario! It doesn't show up on our radar!

But we do want you to build an "insurance fund" of food and basic supplies to be able to maintain your family's needs. Become knowledgeable about emergency preparedness. Although none of like to think about being victims of large diasaster, but imagine the peace of mind you will have in knowing that you have you need to take care of your family.

Using the following steps, a little at a time you can be prepared for emergencies and disasters which are always possible.

Develop family emergency plans for:
-                    Getting out of your house if there is fire, and accounting for everyone.
-          Family communication and reunification, if the family is dispersed during the day.   
          
Develop preparedness kits for:
-          Emergency evacuation to shelter or other location, from home
-          Kids while at school / college. Work with schools to find space for such kits
-          Work locations
-          The trunk of your car, especially if commute long distances

Establish a 3 month food storage plan
-          Stock up food, water and supplies for 3 months
-          Make sure you have sufficient clothing for the various seasons of the year
-          Consider alternate heating and cooking options (be mindful of the dangers of open fires and combustion process)

Get involved in, or help establish community emergency volunteer programs, such as:
-          Citizen’s Corp Council (CCC)
-          Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT)
-          Amateur Radios Emergency System (ARES) – HAM Radio
-          Medical Reserve Corp (MRS)
-          Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS)

For detailed information on: 
Family Preparedness Plans, 
Building Emergency Kits, 
Food Storage 
Natural Disasters 
Terrorism

VISIT THESE WEBSITES:
         Utah Division of Emergency Management
         Be Ready Utah
         Federal Emergency Management Agency
         Ready America
         American Red Cross
                   National Weather Service/Salt Lake
           www.wrh.noaa.gov/slc/
                    Brigham City Emergency Management, right here in our county has a great website with                          great information, as well.
 
The internet, in general, has extensive information. Just search “personal preparedness”.

Check out the series of YouTube videos, called "20 to READY", done between Salt Lake County Emergency Services and KBYU. These are great short videos which capture segments of personal and family preparedness.
 

Additional emergency preparedness information and reference material can be obtained by contacting the Box Elder County Sheriff's Office, Emergency Management Director at 435-734-3813.