Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan
One of a family of plans published by the City of Redmond, the Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP) is the framework for city-wide mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery activities for all types of hazards. Its intent is to provide a structure for standardizing plans citywide and to facilitate interoperability between local, state, and federal governments.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) developed a list of critical functions that often need to be enacted in response to disasters. Those national-standard functions, called Emergency Support Functions (ESFs), are customized and defined within state and local CEMPs for interoperability. 

The Redmond CEMP Basic Plan and ESF Annexes are available electronically as .pdf formatted files linked below.

2015 Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan Update

Basic Plan

Emergency Support Function (ESF) Annexes: 
ESF-1 Transportation
ESF-2 Telecommunications, Information Systems, and Warning
ESF-3 Public Works and Engineering
ESF-4 Firefighting
ESF-5 Emergency Management
ESF-6 Mass Care, Housing, and Human Services
ESF-7 Resources Support
ESF-8 Public Health and Medical Services
ESF-9 Search and Rescue
ESF-10 Hazardous Materials Response
ESF-11 Agriculture and Natural Resources
ESF-12 Energy
ESF-13 Public Safety, Law Enforcement, and Security
ESF-14 Long-Term Community Recovery
ESF-15 Public Affairs

Previous Version: 2009 CEMP

Basic Plan

Emergency Support Function (ESF) Annexes: 
ESF-1 Transportation
ESF-2 Telecommunications, Information Systems, and Warning
ESF-3 Public Works and Engineering
ESF-4 Firefighting
ESF-5 Emergency Management
ESF-6 Mass Care, Housing, and Human Services
ESF-7 Resources Support
ESF-8 Public Health and Medical Services
ESF-9 Search and Rescue
ESF-10 Hazardous Materials Response
ESF-11 Agriculture and Natural Resources
ESF-12 Energy
ESF-13 Public Safety, Law Enforcement, and Security
ESF-14 Long-Term Community Recovery
ESF-15 Public Affairs