State of Nevada
Continuity of Operations Planning
As we look back at the past year, we have faced one of the biggest challenges in the history of our country. The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has us all still seeking answers through this time as we see the virus beginning to get under control and life activities begin to return to normal.
With heartfelt appreciation, we sincerely want to thank those health care workers who continue to be on the front lines, our first responders who are protecting their communities, all agencies throughout Nevada who are responsible for the safety and health of our residents, as well as the many companies who have stepped up production and distribution for the much-needed medical supplies and vaccines to help fight this pandemic.
As our organizations and businesses have changed course and workers are beginning to return to their office settings, it is even more important now that we review our organizational Continuity of Operations Plans. This is a perfect time for COOP plans to be updated to better reflect how the operations can continue in the event of an emergency.
Please know that we are here for you and available by phone and email.
Washoe County Emergency Management and Homeland Security
Kelly Echeverria, Emergency Manager
Washoe County Emergency Management
5195 Spectrum Blvd.
Reno, NV 89512