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Emergency Plans and Annexes

View the City of Albuquerque's Emergency Plans and Annexes.

Four Phases of Emergency Management: Preparedness, Response, Recovery, Mitigation

The Office of Emergency Management (OEM) maintains a number of City-wide emergency plans to ensure that the City is ready to respond to and recover from all hazards. These plans support and enhance local response and recovery efforts in the City and are coordinated with county, state and federal plans. To ensure the plan elements are valid, current, and remain in compliance with the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and other instructions, key stakeholders from local and state agencies are engaged in the maintenance and exercise of these plans.

Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP) (2019)

Describes the basic strategies, assumptions and mechanisms through which the City will mobilize resources and conduct activities to guide, coordinate, and support local emergency management efforts. Establishes the framework for the City response to, recovery from, and mitigation of all hazards. Functional-specific annexes to the CEMP focus on critical operational functions and who is responsible for carrying them out during and after any major emergency or disaster.

Organization of the CEMP

Basic Plan

Hazard Mitigation Plan (2022)

Identifies natural and human-caused hazards that impact the City, identifies actions the City can take to reduce the impact of those hazards, and establishes a process for implementing the plan.

Emergency Employee Guide

The Office of Emergency Management (OEM) has developed an Employee Emergency Preparedness Guide to assist employees in preparing for and responding to a variety of emergency situations. OEM encourages everyone to become familiar with the contents of this guide. In the event of an emergency, it is designed to serve as a quick reference for effective action. It should be kept in an easily accessible location at all times. This guide will be updated periodically as a result of lessons learned during drills or the receipt of new information.