A Letter From Grays Harbor County Emergency Management
We are thankful for the professionalism and expertise of the 911 personnel and dispatchers from Grays Harbor County E911 and to all emergency medical service personnel and response agencies throughout the County, for their extraordinarily hard work and support this past year. They continue to work 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to insure that emergency situations are dispatched and mitigated quickly and efficiently.
We are grateful for the Grays Harbor County Road Crews and Grays Harbor PUD Crews who perform fast, exceptional work, under the most harrowing conditions, to clear roads and restore power, so we may maintain our normal daily routine.
Grays Harbor County Emergency Management is thankful for the many volunteers who assist in their local communities. They are the people we will depend on most, should a disaster event impact the region. Please support them all, as they are the true heroes of our communities.
We are extremely thankful for the Grays Harbor County Amateur Radio Operators and the West Coast Search Dogs for their exceptional dedication, effort and support on a daily basis. Every one is a volunteer and always ready to help. They have never turned down a request for assistance.
We are appreciative for the hard work and outstanding support from our local news papers and reporters, television news media, radio stations, DJ’s and station managers, who broadcast and print the messages our citizens need to prepare and understand any type of severe weather or disaster situation.
Grays Harbor County Emergency Management is very appreciative for the outstanding support we have received from the County Commissioners, mayors, the local elected officials and tribal officials, and to the school superintendents throughout the year. Their support is imperative, allowing us to continue building foundations in communication, education and preparation for our children and every citizen of the County.
Grays Harbor County Emergency Management is most appreciative to our citizens. You have attended numerous community functions we have been a part of and allowed us the opportunity to provide information on preparedness and specific disaster issues. Your enthusiasm and determination for more information continues to propel our efforts.
Please accept our deepest wishes for a happy holiday season to you and your family. Remember to check on your neighbors during the holiday.
Charles T Wallace
Deputy Director of Emergency Management
Grays Harbor County
(360) 249-3911 x 290