Gail Goodchild - Programs & Projects Analyst
Alex Freeman - Emergency Management Planner
Winter isn't over yet! The first day of Spring is March 19th and winter safety is paramount in the meantime. You can check travel conditions for most major roadways in the state by using 511 Wisconsin, which is updated with the latest traffic and road conditions. This information, along with live traffic cameras and traffic alerts, can be accessed through the free 511 Wisconsin mobile app, @511WI on Twitter, or the mobile-friendly site www.511wi.gov. For more tips on staying ready this winter visit our Cold Weather information page or go to http://www.readywisconsin.wi.gov.
The Waukesha County Office of Emergency Management provides a comprehensive and integrated emergency management program designed to mitigate, prepare for, respond to and recover from the effects of natural and technological hazards which impact the welfare, safety and health of all Waukesha County citizens. The office also implements and administers the planning and reporting requirements for hazardous substances used by business, industry and government under the auspices of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act. The office also administers the business continuity program for Waukesha County departments.