One click on the new Levy County Emergency Management app and a user can create a plan for preparedness or check out public health information.
David Peaton, assistant director for Levy County Emergency Management, announced the launch of the app today.
“We are very proud and excited to announce that our EM app has officially launched to both the Google Play and Apple iOS stores,” Peaton said in a statement.
According to Peaton, the app is available free to the general public and “will help spread our mission of preparedness throughout the county. We hope that this will give our residents and visitors another tool in their preparedness kit in order to stay as prepared and as up to date as possible.”
The app is also available by searching for “Levy County EM” in app stores or by scanning the QR code with a phone.
There is a complete list of emergency contact phone numbers and email addresses, a section for damage reporting, evacuation zone info, social media links, a special needs registry, a link to COVID-19 information under the public health tab, a list a local shelters and a “Create My Plan” button that has spaces for emergency contacts, and medical and insurance information.
Click here for a direct link to the app or scan the QR code for access.