The mission of the Town of Trumbull’s Office of Emergency Management is to provide programs and activities to Trumbull residents and departments to help them prepare for, cope with, and recover from the effects of natural and man-made disasters. The Office of Emergency Management does this through emergency management planning, preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation.
The Office of Emergency Management operates under the direction of the Trumbull Police Department. The Director of Emergency Management or designee will mobilize and deploy personnel and resources in the event of an emergency. The Town of Trumbull is committed to being prepared for all types of natural and man-made emergencies such as hurricanes, flooding, ice storms and other large scale emergencies.
Emergency Management Team Members
Trumbull’s Emergency Management Team includes the First Selectman's Office, Police Department, Fire Marshal's Office (Emergency Management Director), Fire Departments , Public Works, Social Services, and staff from other town departments including the Board of Education. The Team conducts and coordinates training exercises, drills and planning that is essential for the Town to be able to respond to emergencies. The Emergency Management Team can be contacted through the Fire Marshal at (203) 452-5080 for routine inquires.
Emergency Operations Center
Trumbull’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is located at Police Headquarters. Members of the Emergency Management Team may open the EOC depending upon the nature and severity of an emergency. Often representatives from the utilities, Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), and other non-governmental agencies such as the Red Cross and utility companies may be invited to help coordinate disaster response. Requests for Regional, State and Federal assistance are requested through the operations center.