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County Map Information

     Fire, First Responder, Jaws, and Ambulance maps are now out on the County website.  To access them, you would go to www.co.sheboygan.wi.us.  Then on the left side, click on “Land Records”.  Check the disclaimer, and pick “Public Access”.  Then select “IMap”.  A large map of the county will appear.  On the left are tools that allow you to navigate.  You start in “zoom in”, which is likely where you’ll want to be.  On the right are the various layers that can be turned on and off.  To view the emergency services maps, it is best to turn off (uncheck) the “Towns” and “Corporate Limits”.  Then check which ever emergency service you want to view, such as fire districts.  Each time you check or uncheck a box or boxes, you need to refresh the map (at the top and bottom of the column of options).  Not all of the labels will appear if you are looking at the whole County, but as you zoom in, they will all appear.

 The Department of Homeland Security

     The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) launched a Web site last week devoted to explaining the new National Incident Management System (NIMS) and how it should work in the field.

The Web page <http://www.fema.gov/nims> includes a link to the NIMS Integration Center - the Federal Emergency Management Agency unit established to coordinate the implementation of the incident management system.

The site, which came on line July 14, also contains a three-hour online course to help police, fire and emergency responders understand the key concepts of the management system.

"This Web page reflects our emphasis on developing tools and sharing information that will help incident managers and responders at all levels integrate NIMS into their operations," Michael D. Brown, DHS undersecretary for emergency preparedness and response, said in a statement.

"Our ability to provide a central location that collects the most current resources available to support NIMS integration allows us to directly support states' and communities' preparedness and response activities related to NIMS," he said.

The Web site soon will include assessment tools and information on compliance criteria, availability of NIMS-related training and implementation timelines, according to FEMA. The integration center is developing national standards for NIMS education and training.






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