Emergency Operations Plan
The Amador County Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) is the primary document that discusses how disasters will be managed by the County. This plan is currently under revision and will be made available when approved.
Amador County Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan
The purpose of hazard mitigation and this plan is to reduce or eliminate long-term risk to people and property from natural hazards and their effects in Amador County, California. This plan has been prepared to meet the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 (DMA 2000) requirements in order to maintain Amador’s eligibility for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Pre-Disaster Mitigation (PDM) and Hazard Mitigation Grant Programs (HMGP). More importantly, this plan and planning process lays out the strategy that will enable Amador County to become less vulnerable to future disaster losses.
The multi-jurisdictional plan includes the County, and the incorporated communities of Amador City, Ione, Jackson, Plymouth, and Sutter Creek. This plan also covers two participating districts: Amador Water Agency and the Jackson Valley Irrigation District.
Follow this link to a PDF of the entire plan. This is a LARGE FILE so expect a lengthy download time.
- Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan - Full Document [PDF 16 MB]
Amador County Long Term Care Facility Evacuation Plan
This plan is intended for all Long Term Care Facilities in Amador County, including facilities which are licensed by the State of California and operating under Title 22 CCR. The objective of this plan is to ensure the orderly and timely movement of patients/residents from single or multiple facilities which need to be evacuated to a safe location.
Amador County Hazardous Materials Area Plan
This Area Plan fulfills the Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) regulatory program requirements per State law. The Area Plan can be used as a resource document in conjunction with the Amador County Emergency Operations Plan, and other local and state plans.
The Area Plan describes the County’s pre-incident planning and preparedness for hazardous materials releases. It clarifies the roles and responsibilities of federal, state and local agencies during a hazardous materials incident. It describes the County’s hazardous materials incident response program, training, communications and post-incident recovery procedures.
Auxiliary Communications Services (ACS) Plan
The ACS is an emergency communications unit for support of emergency tactical, administrative and logistical communications. This plan provides for volunteer professional communications specialist, administrators, and Amateur Radio operators for essential communications during events or periods of national, state or local emergency, declared or undeclared, and for all requisite training and familiarization.
Amador County 2010 Road Atlas
This is the new 2010 Amador County Road Atlas. This road atlas was developed by the Amador County Information Technology's GIS Division and paid for with Homeland Security grant funding. This is a large file and may take a few minutes to download.