The folllowing Emergency Managment Documents are available:

Natural Hazard Pre-disaster Mitigation Plan 2015

Family Emergency Preparedness Guide

Weber County Citizen's Emergency Response Team (CERT)

Weber County CodeRed


No matter how large or small the incident, it’s occurrence will have a significant impact on the need of the public to have access to information and resources.  During a state of emergency, the demand to provide accurate public information and handle the public will be overwhelming.  It is the policy and intent of the City to provide information, command, and control.

During the initial threat or occurrence of a disaster within Marriott-Slaterville City, the Emergency Operation Center (EOC) will be activated.  The EOC will be located at the City Office, unless an alternate location is better suited.  The City EOC will coordinate with the Weber County EOC and the State EOC, as the case may be.

The City’s EOC will be staffed by local officials and support personnel.  The City will follow the Standard Emergency Operations Plan, or the relevant applicable Weber County plan, depending upon the situation.  Assignments will be made in accordance with the Standard Emergency Operations Plan, unless otherwise changed by the Mayor depending upon the tactical situation.   Also, in regard to the extent of a specific disaster, the Mayor may issue an official declaration of emergency or disaster area.

The EOC will exercise policy making responsibility calculated to respond to the challenges presented by a specific disaster.  All public information will be released to the media exclusively via the Public Information Officer (PIO) as official spokesperson for Marriott-Slaterville City.

All volunteer efforts will be supervised by the Volunteer Coordinator under the direction of the EOC.  The Emergency Management Team will use the Master Checklist to assist in the emergency response and to help meet any public needs a timely manner under the circumstances.

In order for this Emergency Operations Plan to be effective in a disaster situation, the following assumption are made:


A routine emergency handled by the City’s public safety providers.  The “Incident Command System” approach will be utilized.  Normal fire, police, and public works response indicated in the Standard Emergency Operational Plan will be in effect.

An event of serious consequence such as loss of life, great property damage, or serious disruption of public services beyond the routine response of the City’s public safety providers.  The Mayor will be notified by the incident commander and activate the City’s EOC to implement the Standard Emergency Operations Plan, or the relevant applicable Weber County plan, depending upon the situation.

A city-wide or county-wide disaster, or an unexpected occurrence of such a magnitude that state and federal agencies have been mobilized to handle the situation.  Public safety providers may be overwhelmed in response to such a disaster, and the community may be without certain public safety services for a period of time.  The Mayor will activate the City’s EOC and response teams will proceed to implement the Standard Emergency Operations Plan, or the relevant applicable Weber County plan depending upon the situation.

Emergency:  911
EOC/City Office: 801-627-1919
Local Red Cross: 801-627-0000

Purpose: The EOC serves as the central location for communication, information, and instruction in the event of an emergency.

The mayor directs the affairs of the EOC and is assisted by the following:

Council members shall advise the mayor and establish policy on effective EOC operation in conjunction with the mayor.

Area and neighborhood coordinators are volunteers that are activated during a declared emergency to render community service in conjunction with the EOC.  The Mayor’s designated Area coordinator for the Marriott District and Slaterville District shall appoint qualified individuals to serve as neighborhood coordinators and subordinates.  The names and addresses of the appointed coordinators shall be reported to the mayor by his designee.

Coordinators must exercise due care, recognize duty limits, follow instructions of their supervisor, be prepared for disasters, and be willing to spend the time necessary to help their neighbors in their preparations.  They should not be involved or needed in other vital areas during an emergency outside the scope of their duties.

Area coordinator:

Neighborhood coordinator:

Planning and Preparation:

Purpose:    A trained team ready to survey a disaster area to gain knowledge of the extent of a disaster and basic damage to infrastructure so that emergency aid may be rendered in an expedient manner.

Damage assessment will consist of a team who will be the first to contact people in need of medical aid or emergency services.

The team leader will report to the EOC on the extent of a disaster and the damage.

In the event a person is trapped or missing, this team will assist in assessing the conditions for search and rescue.

The team leader will report to the EOC to coordinate activities with other emergency services including mass care, shelter operations, and communication.

Preparation and Planning:

    a.    Pencil/pen.
    b.    Message form.
    c.    Flashlight.
    d.    Rope.
    e.    Communication radio.
    f.    City map.
    g.    Basic first-aid supplies.


Purpose:    Gather information about disaster conditions and emergency service needs.  Deliver information to the EOC in a timely manner so that coordination for emergency services can be rendered in the most timely manner.

Communications will consist of a team who will receive and relay information about the disaster and emergency services.

Team leader and alternates to be located at the EOC.  Team member to be located through community.

The team leader will report to the EOC on the extent of a disaster and the damage.

Team Leader and Alternates:

Preparation and Planning:


Purpose:    Create a positive and healthy condition in order for people to receive medical treatment, food services, and sanitation after a disaster.

Mass care will consist of a team who will be located either at a shelter site or as otherwise directed by the EOC to provide the following basic emergency services:

The team leader will report to the EOC on the conditions at a shelter site, conditions generally, and on the performance of the team members rendering services.

First-aid Objectives: Shall provide first-aid for victims and volunteers in an emergency.

Food Service Objective: Shall be to safely feed victims and volunteers in disaster conditions.

Sanitation Objective: Prevent and contain disease and sickness after a disaster.

Planning and Preparation:

Purpose:    Provide a shelter for people displaced from their homes in a disaster or emergency.

Shelter operations will consist of a team who will cooperate under the direction of the American Red Cross or the EOC to establish a shelter to serve people displaced from their homes in a disaster or emergency.

The team leader will report to the EOC on the shelter operations.

Planning and Preparation:


Purpose:    Establish law and order in the community after a disaster.

People involved with the neighborhood watch program will be utilized as a security team if called upon by the EOC to assist with law and order.

Planning and Preparation:

Provide continuing education to the public on disaster preparedness, review and revise the existing emergency plan, conduct training exercises to improve skills.

An ongoing committee that meets at least quarterly to address issues relating to emergency management.  The mayor, or his designee, will chair the committee.  Committee to consist of the:

Planning and Preparation:
The committee will engage in emergency planning and preparation as follows:

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