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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 3/23/2023 1:30 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Hybrid Meeting - City Hall Wing Rooms W118-120 and Virtually -
Study Session - Emergency Management
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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     Purpose   Not available Not available
      This Study Session will be conducted as a Tabletop Exercise demonstrating how the updated Emergency Operations Plan, Annexes, and Support Plans will be implemented; the coordination between the City Emergency Operations Center and the ten Disaster District Offices; and how communications with the public is coordinated.   Not available Not available
     Outcome   Not available Not available
      By the end of the Study Session, the Mayor and Councilmembers will: • Understand their role and actions to take during an emergency, • Experience how the Emergency Operations Center functions in a disaster and communicates with the elected officials, and • Review key information on the updated plans and procedures.   Not available Not available
      CITY COUNCIL STUDY SESSION   Not available Not available
      1:30 p.m. – Study Session: Emergency Management, City Hall Wing Rooms 118-120   Not available Not available
23-451 1  Study SessionEmergency Management Study Session.   Not available Not available
   1.  Review Emergency Operations Center Activations and Role of the Elected Officials.   Not available Not available
      Staff will report on recent Emergency Operations Center activations and review the role of the elected officials during an emergency and purpose of a Disaster District Office.   Not available Not available
   2.  Tabletop Exercise.   Not available Not available
      Staff will present a discussion-based tabletop exercise for the Mayor and Councilmembers; provide information on the City’s overall emergency management efforts by discussing some of its emergency plans, how it coordinates response action, and how it communicates with the elected officials, the public, and partner response agencies.   Not available Not available
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     Adjournment   Not available Not available