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SUMMIT COUNTY, OH — The Summit County Emergency Management Agency (Summit EMA) now has a smartphone application (app) available in both the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. The app provides emergency notifications and updates pertaining to weather, traffic, hazards, and emergencies. It also features updated COVID-19 information, various County resources, and the ability to create emergency plans that can be shared with family and friends.
The Summit EMA app also links to the department’s social media page and provides access to all new and past notifications and alerts from the agency, as well as the National Weather Service. Summit EMA is building a link component that will allow residents to self-report information about property damage from flooding, storms, high winds, and more.
“The Summit EMA App is a fantastic tool for residents to develop emergency plans for themselves and their families,” said Executive Shapiro. “The app also enables residents to quickly receive emergency notifications to help keep them safe and updated on information pertaining to any hazardous situations occurring in Summit County. I am grateful to our EMA staff for developing such an innovative and useful tool for our residents.”
This project was grant funded through BJA Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding (CESF FY20) and was developed by myEMAapp.com, a division of OCV, LLC. The Summit County EMA app is available for download for free in the Apply App Store and Google Play Store by searching “Summit County EMA” or by clicking here.