Thursday, May 4, 2017

Welcome to COEIN

Welcome to the blog for the Central Oregon Emergency Information Network.

Local, state and federal agency partners in Central Oregon are working together to provide the public easy and quick access to joint emergency updates and preparedness/hazard information. These local efforts started during the Two Bulls Fire in 2014 and are now being expanded as agencies launch the Central Oregon Emergency Information Network. The network will serve as Central Oregon’s official source for multi-agency emergency updates, preparedness and hazard information.

During an event of an emergency, Central Oregon Emergency Information Network updates will be posted online here and on Twitter @COEmergencyInfo.

This network of partners is working together to ensure Central Oregon’s residents and visitors have timely and accurate information.  We hope this new tool helps to provide easy access to multi-agency emergency/preparedness updates.

The Central Oregon Emergency Information Network will be coordinating messaging related to public safety and governmental response to the 2017 Solar Eclipse.

The network’s partner agencies include: the Bend Fire Department, the Bend Police Department, Bend-La Pine Schools, Bend Parks & Recreation, Bureau of Land Management, the City of Bend, the City of Redmond, Central Oregon Community College, Crook County, the Cook County Sheriff’s Office, Crook County 911, Crook County Fire & Rescue, Deschutes County, Deschutes County 9-1-1, the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office, Deschutes and Ochoco National Forests and Crooked River National Grassland, Jefferson County, Oregon Department of Forestry, Oregon Department of Transportation, Oregon State Police, Prineville Police Department, Project Wildfire, the Redmond Airport, Redmond Fire and Rescue, the Redmond Police Department, Redmond Schools, and St. Charles Health System. 

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Welcome to COEIN

Welcome to the blog for the Central Oregon Emergency Information Network. Local, state and federal agency partners in Central Oregon are ...