Pontotoc County Complex will reopen Monday, June 8, 2020 to the public. Everyone entering is required to wear a mask.
The Emergency Management Director's Office/Pontotoc County Emergency Operations Center
The Pontotoc County Office of Emergency Management was established in order to minimize the effects of natural and technological hazards and disasters, as well as any form of attack that may be directed toward the county and its citizens. Pontotoc County OEM performs this mission by creating, implementing, and exercising preparedness plans, and assisting with the coordination of training and mitigation activities in order to respond to and recover from disasters affecting the county. This agency also coordinates response and recovery operations and is responsible for warning and alerting procedures for hazards, as well as coordination of storm spotter activities. Pontotoc County OEM also directs and operates a NASAR Tech II Certified, Mounted and Ground, Search and Rescue team.
The Director serves as the Floodplain Administrator for the unincorporated county. Anyone who plans to perform work in the floodplain areas of the county, such as building construction, excavating, mining, grading, drilling, or storage of equipment and supplies for those operations, must have a permit approved by the Floodplain Board of Pontotoc County. Maps of the floodplain areas, Pontotoc County Floodplain Regulations, and additional information may be obtained by contacting this office.