City of Rolla, Missouri
901 North Elm Street
Rolla, MO 65401

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Emergency & Disaster Planning

Emergency Numbers & Websites - Printable PDF

Emergency Contact Information
City of Rolla Phelps County State of MO Federal Gov't
Fire Dept:
364-3989

Police Dept:
308-1213

Hospital:
364-8899

Rolla Mun. Utilities:
364-1572

Greater Area Rolla
Charitable Enterprise
(GRACE): 368-5577
Sheriff's Dept:
426-3860

Health Dept:
458-6010

Salvation Army:
386-4919

Hwy Patrol: 368-2345

Phelps County Disaster Committee

SEMA

MO Dept of Transportation
(MoDOT): 368-2567

Ready.Missouri.Gov

Dept. of Health & Senior Services
(573) 751-6400
FEMA

Dept. of Public Safety

Dept. of Homeland Security

American Red Cross:

(573) 364-3947

Center for Disease Control

U.S. Dept of Education

RADIO

Results Radio
(5 stations covering 17 surrounding counties):
KTTR 99.7 FM
KTTR 1490 AM
KZNN 105.3 FM
KDAA 97.5 FM
KXMO 95.3 FM
KMOZ 1590 AM
(573) 364-2525 
kttrkznn@fidmail.com
KKID (92.9 FM)
573-364-4433 (work)
Rolla, MO
kkid929fm@kkid929fm.com
KMNR (89.7 FM)
573-341-4272
Rolla, MO
kmnr@mst.edu
KMST (88.5 FM)
573-341-4386
800-388-KUMR (5867)
Rolla, MO
kmst@mst.edu

KFLW Radio (98.9 FM)
573-336-5359
573-336-3444 or Toll Free 1-866-381-3444
St. Robert, MO
toquinn@kflw99.com
KJPW Radio (97.9 FM)
573-336-4913
FAX: (573) 336-2222
Waynesville, MO
kjpw@regionalradio.com
KXMO Radio (95.3 F.M.)
573-885-2972 (work)
Cuba, MO
KJEL Regional Radio (103.7 FM)
KJPW (102.3 FM)
KBNN (750 AM)
KFBD (97.9 FM)
417-532-9111 (work)
Lebanon, MO
medwards@regionalradio.com  

TELEVISION

KY3 TV 
(800) 492-4335
Springfield, MO
newsproducers@ky3.com         
KOLR TV 10
(417) 862-1010
Springfield, MO
news@kolr10.com        
KOMU TV 8
(573) 882-8888
Columbia, MO 65201
KRCG TV 13
(573) 896-5144
Jefferson City, MO
news@krcg.com
Downloads
Emergency Operations Plan Phelps County Natural
Hazard Mitigation Plan
Ready in 3
Before Emergencies Happen
(Power Point)
 

Plan... React... Survive!

(Download all in one PDF document)

"Nobody plans to fail,
but many have
failed to plan."

Children

Earthquake
Evacuate
Evacuation

Fire

First Aid

Food

Grab N' Go Bag
heat
Heat

Home Safety

Household / Family

Phones

Power Outage

Seniors & Disabled

Sirens

Terror Attack

Thunderstorms

Tornado

Utilities

Water

 


Emergency Operations Center

Director: Firefighter Matt Griggs

The Emergency Operations Center is the nerve center for City Government and other governmental and emergency response agencies in the event of a widespread emergency in Rolla or the surrounding area. Located in the basement of the Rolla Police Department, with emergency power and communications systems, the EOC is capable of being activated on short notice upon the decision of the Mayor or City Administrator.

The EOC is staffed by RPD officers and civilian personnel, and by members of each of the City's Departments as well as representatives from up to a dozen or more other entities. The EOC provides coordinated communication, between agencies providing emergency service, agencies responsible for basic infrastructure, and the news media. The EOC is also in constant communication with Central Communications and Dispatch when it is in operation, providing continual, up-to-date knowledge of situations being reported by citizens to the 911 system and its member agencies.

For more information on the EOC and its operations, contact Matt Griggs, 573-364-3989.

Emergency Facts and Tips

Everyone should have a basic knowledge of severe weather and hazardous accidents safety rules. Knowing what to do, or where to go when threatened can be the difference between life and death. This is equally important whether you are at home, work or in school. Having a rehearsed emergency plan in place can greatly reduce the potential of injury or even loss of life.

The following valuable safety information concerning severe weather and hazardous materials accidents is provided by both the National Weather Service and the State Emergency Management Agency. We encourage you to read this information thoroughly.

A little preparation now could save lives later!

Plan... React... Survive!