Borough of Highlands, NJ
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Emergency Management

Contact:   Dave Parker 
Phone:   732-872-1224 Ext. 252  
Fax:  732-872-0670  
Location: 17-1 Shore Drive

The Office of Emergency Management is responsible for preparing for and managing any declared or other large scale emergency, event, or occurrence, either man-made or natural, which may occur within the Highlands Borough. By law, the Office of Emergency Management must have an Emergency Operation Plan (EOP) that addresses all of the possible/probable emergencies that may occur.

The Office of Emergency Management is responsible for:

  • Alert Warning and Communications
  • Damage Assessment
  • Emergency Medical
  • Emergency Operation Center
  • Emergency Public Information
  • Evacuation
  • Fire & Rescue
  • Hazardous Material
  • Law Enforcement
  • Public Health
  • Public Works
  • Radiological Protection
  • Emergency Shelter, Reception and Care
  • Social Services

Public Warning System

   Tone Meaning Sample
  Hi/Low School Closing
  Wail Fire Department
  Whoop First Aid Squad
  Air Horn Imminent Severe Weather Conditions
  Alert Evacuation
  Attack Imminent Attack








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