Know Your Dangers

Ramsey County faces dangers from a wide variety of natural and man-made disaster hazards. Some dangers, such as severe summer and winter storms, are more common than others.
Ramsey County regularly reviews and updates the potential disaster hazards throughout the county to make sure plans are accurate and effective for the dangers we face. For general information call 651-266-1020.
To find out more about dangers specific to St. Paul, contact stpaul.gov/departments/emergency-management.
The range of possible hazards is significant: winter storms and extreme cold; disease and epidemics; droughts and wildfires; extreme heat; floods; landslides and sinkholes; man-made disasters; severe thunderstorms; space weather; terrorism and mass violence; tornadoes.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here