Emergency Management

The Montgomery Township Office of Emergency Management (MTOEM) strives to maintain a high state of readiness in accordance with the Township's Emergency Operations Plan. To accomplish this, MTOEM works closely with Montgomery Township's numerous departments to establish a safety net of policies and procedures to provide for the safety of citizens in an emergency. In addition, through various outreach initiatives, MTOEM encourages resident, businesses, and visitors to become and remain prepared for natural and man-made disasters.

The Department has established measures for both non-planned and expected events utilizing networks that span across not only the Township, but Montgomery and Bucks Counties. Staff participates in trainings offered throughout the year, keeping up to date with the latest measures put in place by state and national agencies. MTOEM supplies Township employees with the provisions they need to serve in a time of need. The Department also participates in local events to help raise awareness about steps everyone can take to be better prepared for emergencies.

In light of recent world events, the Township would like to remind you on how to obtain information during a "Declared Emergency". Emergency information will be broadcast over KYW-1060 and other local television and radio stations.

This will be the primary source of information. Information will also be available from this website as well as Cable Channel 22.
The Township has created a phone message number that you can call to hear local information. The number is (215) 393-6925.
  • If you need to report an emergency, you should call 9 1 1.
  • The Police Department non-emergency phone number is (215) 362-2301 

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