Emergency Management

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Contact Information

Warren County Office of Emergency Services, 1340 State Route 9, Lake George, NY 12845
Director/Emergency Manager Brian LaFlure Email Brian
Deputy Director/Emergency Services Coordinator Amy Drexel Email Amy
Office Telephone (518) 761-6240 Office Fax (518) 761-6402


Flood Risk


Generator Maintenance

Hazard Analysis Findings

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Items to Bring to an Emergency Shelter




Notice to Disaster Victims


Register and Search for People During Disasters

Disasters often make it difficult to stay in touch with loved ones. The American Red Cross Safe and Well website is a central location for people in disaster areas in the United States to register their current status, and for their loved ones to access that information. It helps provide displaced families with relief and comfort during a stressful time.


Voluntary Registration for People with Access and Functional Needs

The People with Access and Mobility Needs Registry is a voluntary program for full and part-time residents of Warren County. The registry is designed for residents that may need additional assistance during an emergency. These needs include but are not limited to: temporary limitations, chronic conditions, special healthcare needs, and language barriers. The information that you provide may help responders meet your needs during an emergency. For additional questions call 518-761-6580 or email snr@warrencountyny.gov

Social Security Account

If you have paid into Social Security and need proof of your monthly Social Security income, you can register for a My Social Security account. After an emergency, if you need to apply for assistance, you will need to show proof of your income from Social Security. Now is the time to sign up for this account.


If you see something say something! The Statewide Terrorism Tips Hotline was launched on September 16, 2002. It enables citizens from throughout the State to report information about suspected terrorist activity. The toll-free hotline can be reached by calling 1-866-SAFENYS or 1-866-723-3697.