Emergency Management Coordinator  

           Edward Hayes             Phone: (973) 592-2767

Notice of Voluntary Interest to all Residents

  • Whenever, in his/her opinion, a disaster has occurred or is imminent in any municipality, the Municipal Emergency Management Coordinator of that municipality shall proclaim a state of local disaster emergency within the municipality. 
  • The Municipal Emergency Management Coordinator in accordance with regulations promulgated by the State Director of Emergency Management, shall be empowered to issue and enforce such orders as may be necessary to implement and carry out Emergency Management operations and to protect the health, safety, and resources of the residents of the municipality.

Community Alerting System Swift911

  • Sussex County’s Division of Emergency Management has the ability to notify all Sussex County residents in the event of an emergency through its Swift911 system.
  • When activated by officials, this automated system calls homes and businesses in the affected area and delivers a recorded message to notify the public about the emergency and what actions they may need to take.
  • The system will be used for the following types of events:
    • missing person alerts
    • emergency evacuations
    • local security and crime alerts
    • weather emergencies
    • hazardous materials events
  • All landline telephones serviced by Verizon, Embarq and Warwick Valley Telephone (WVT) are already in the system, however, cell phone and some VOIP phone numbers are not.
  • If you would like to provide additional methods of contact, update your information or remove yourself entirely, utilize the link above
  • Find out more about ​Community Alerts click here 

    JCP&L’s MyTown Feature Offers Valuable Municipal Information  

The MyTown link on the Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) 24/7 Power Center provides comprehensive municipal outage and infrastructure information for every municipality in the company’s service area.  

Designed to help JCP&L customers access the important information they need during power outages, MyTown includes a summary of current outages as well as a snapshot of each community’s electric infrastructure.  

During major weather events, expanded information is available, including the cause of the outages, the time of the earliest reported outage, and the estimated restoration time.  

To obtain the latest outage information about your municipality, click the “MyTown” link on the JCP&L 24/7 Power Center or go to www.firstenergycorp.com/mytown.  


Emergency Management