Joe Meagher
 Amy Nehls, Director  Joseph M. Meagher, Deputy Director
 Phone:  920-386-3999  920-386-3993

Law Enforcement Center
124 West St.

Juneau, WI  53039

The Dodge County Office of Emergency Management is responsible for preparing the county to respond to crisis situations.

Through the process of preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation the Dodge County Office of Emergency Management assists local units of government and agencies in Dodge County to develop plans to deal with emergency situations involving natural disasters (such as tornados, floods, and fires), accidents (such as chemical spills, train derailments, or industrial disasters), terrorist attacks or other events that are a threat to life, property and safety.



 Flooding Information 

 Car stuck on Old 73 #2



 ***Click Here for helpful tips and assistance on how to deal with flooding.
Home/ Land owners, with damage, are encouraged to contact their insurance companies. Municipalities can direct questions to our office.
Those that plan to rebuild or improve areas that experienced flooding should be sure to check with your local planning agency regarding permits and approvals
Was your well surrounded by water??? Well testing information 


No home is completely safe from potential flooding. Flood insurance can be the difference between recovering and being financially devastated. Just one inch of water in a home can cost more than $25,000 in damage—why risk it?
Go to https://www.floodsmart.gov/ to better understand the benefits of flood insurance



Dodge County Emergency Management on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Dodge.Cty.EMG/

Welcome to the Dodge County Office of Emergency Management's website! Check out our seasonal safety information and tips


Red Cross

Emergency Notification System

RAVE Alerts Coming Soon!!! 
Click for more info and to sign up.

Wisconsin Road Conditions

Winter Driving Information Dial 511

Safe Winter Driving Tips from
WI Department of Transportation

NTAS Badge
Current Threat Level



Programs We Oversee

Our office oversees a variety of programs and informational campaigns, which aid in keeping Dodge County safe. Click on the links below for more information on a specific program.

  • Public Outreach
  • Emergency Planning Community Right to Know Act (EPCRA)
  • Hazardous Materials Team
  • COAD
  • Incident Command Training
  • Multi-Hazard Planning 
  • Exercise Planning
  • Comunications Infrastructure

Public Safety Efforts in Progress

Learn about and participate in efforts that are making Dodge County a safer place to live, work, and visit. Click on the links below for more information.

The Dodge County Office of Emergency Management is continuously providing the county with training, exercising and planning opportunities.

Dodge County Office of Emergency Management Hazardous Materials Team

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