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TABLE OF CONTENTS

RESOLUTIONS  5
RECORD OF CHANGES  9
PURPOSE 10
CONCEPT & PRINCIPALS 10
OBJECTIVES CONTAINED WITHIN THE CEMP 12
CHAPTER 1 – Authority 13
    Mayor 13
    City Council 13
    City Manager 13
    City Attorney 14
    Chief of Police/Deputy Fire Marshal 14
    Emergency Program Manager 14
    Community Engagement Manager 15
    Chief Building Official/Chief Fire Official 15
CHAPTER 2 - Organization 16
    Emergency Management Group (EMG) 16
    Departmental Emergency Management 16
    Direction and Control 17
    CEMP Organizational Chart 17
    Continuity of Government Operations 18
    Administrative Items 18
    Accounting for Resources, Costs and Losses 19
    Incident Command System (ICS) 19
    Plan Development and Maintenance 19
CHAPTER 3 – Procedures and Operations 20
    Emergency Levels 20
      Level III: NO OUTSIDE ASSISTANCE NECESSARY 20
      Level II: ENHANCED RESPONSE REQUIRED 20
      Level I: MAJOR INCIDENT 20
    Response Conditions 21
      Response Condition - III: NO OUTSIDE ASSISTANCE NECESSARY 21
      Response Condition II: ENHANCED RESPONSE REQUIRED 21
      Response Condition I: MAJOR INCIDENT 21
    Declaration of Emergency 23
    Emergency Operations Center (EOC) 23
CHAPTER 4 -INCIDENT RESPONSE AND MANAGEMENT 25
    Emergency Support Functions (ESF) Concept 25
    ESF Overview 25
    Departmental Roles and Responsibilities 26
    General Responsibilities 26
    Individual Responsibilities 27
    1. Chief Administrative Officer/City Manager (Executive) 27
    2. Emergency Program Manager (Executive) 27
    3. Mayor and City Council 28
    4. Finance 28
    5. City Attorney 28
    6. City Recorder (Executive) 29
    7. Police 29
    8. Budget and Grants 29
    9. Sustainability/Community Engagement 29
    10. Public Works/Public Utilities 30
    11. Information Technology 30
    12. Building/Fire Marshal/Engineering 30
    13. Planning 31
    14. Human Resources 31
    15. GRIL [Refers to the  Golf, Recreation, Ice and Library                         departments working jointly] 31
CHAPTER 5 – Damage Assessment and Recovery 32
    Damage Assessment and Analysis Information 32
    Damage Assessment and Reporting 32
    Incident Reporting 33
    Reports and Record Keeping 33
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APPENDICES (provided under separate covers)
Appendix A.   Park City Municipal Code - Emergency Management & Responsibilities
Appendix B.   State of Utah Code Annotated 1953 - Title 53 – Emergency Management Act
Appendix C.   Hazard Identification and Vulnerability Analysis Worksheets and                                                 Emergency/Disaster Action Plans (HIVA/EAP) (Protected*)
Appendix D.   Emergency Preparedness for City Facilities (Protected*)
Appendix E.   Training, Implementation and Exercise Plan
Appendix F.    Incident Command Structure (ICS)
Appendix G.   Mutual Aid Agreements
Appendix H.   Resource List and Contracts
Appendix I.    Employee Contact List (Protected*)
Appendix J.   Available FEMA Training Courses
Appendix K.   Emergency Operations Center (EOC) (Protected*)
Appendix L.   Emergency Support Functions (ESF) (Protected*)
Appendix M.   Community Preparedness Information and Plan
Appendix N.   Acronyms and Glossary
Appendix O.   Form and Log Templates
Appendix P.   Emergency Manager (EM) Notification Procedure
Appendix Q.  Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) in Support of ESF (Protected*)

*Some parts or all of these appendices are Private or Protected pursuant to UCA - 63-2-304 and UCA 62-2-106

 

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Resolution No. XX-2018

A RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE PARK CITY COMPREHENSIVE
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PLAN (CEMP)

     WHEREAS, the purpose of the CEMP is to develop a comprehensive emergency management program that will provide a system to mitigate the effects of an emergency or disaster, preserve life, respond during emergencies, provide necessary assistance, and establish a recovery system, in order to return the community to its normal state of affairs; and

     WHEREAS, this plan attempts to define clearly the roles and responsibilities of each department and function within the City organization by providing guidance in accomplishing the objectives of this plan with lists of guidelines, plans, assessments and resources; and

     WHEREAS, on February 28, 2003, the President issued Homeland Security Presidential Directive (HSPD) - 5 Management of Domestic Incidents, which directs the Secretary of Homeland Security to develop and administer a National Incident Management System (NIMS) and the directive also requires Federal Departments and agencies to make adoption of the NIMS by State, Tribal and local organizations a condition for Federal preparedness assistance beginning in Federal FY 2005; and

     WHEREAS, certain State and Federal disaster reimbursements require local jurisdictions to adopt and train in a CEMP, NIMS and Incident Command Systems (ICS); and

     WHEREAS, certain Federal grant programs now require an adopted CEMP; and

     WHEREAS, the City Manager and the Emergency Management Group (EMG) have reviewed the updated Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan with all of its attachments as periodically amended by the EMG and recommends adoption by the City Council; and

     WHEREAS, the City Council deems it in the best interest of Park City Municipal Corporation to formally adopt them;

     NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of Park City, Utah as follows:

     SECTION 1. ADOPTION . The Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan, dated June, 2018 attached hereto, along with all appendices and compendiums as periodically amended by the City Manager, are hereby adopted, to replace any and all others previously adopted. Any amendments approved by the City Manager shall be effective for not more than one year unless ratified by the City Council.

     SECTION 2. EFFECTIVE DATE. This Resolution shall take effect upon adoption.

PASSED AND ADOPTED this 21st day of June, 2018


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Resolution No. 23-07

     A RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE USE OF THE NATIONAL INCIDENT
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (NIMS)

     WHEREAS, natural and man-made disasters may occur in any part of Park City, and;

     WHEREAS, Utah State Code Title 63, State Affairs in General, Chapter 5a, Disaster Response and Recovery outlines authority, and;

     WHEREAS, Park City is responsible to respond to emergency incidents as well as disasters with local responders, i.e. Law Enforcement, Fire, Emergency Medical Services, Public Services, and other such departments and divisions that might be required, and;

     WHEREAS, City departments may be called to respond to and/or assist in response and/or recovery from the effects of emergency incidents and disasters, and;

     WHEREAS, Park City is committed to achieving a system that will provide a consistent approach for local, state and federal governments to work effectively and efficiently together to prevent, prepare for, respond to and recover from domestic emergency and disaster incidents, regardless of cause, size or complexity, and;

     WHEREAS, The Homeland Security Presidential Directive (HSPD-5) requires federal departments and local jurisdictions to adopt the National Incident Management Systems (NIMS), and;

     WHEREAS, in times of disaster, local and state agencies work closely with federal agencies, and;

     WHEREAS, NIMS provides a consistent nationwide template for all agencies to work together to prevent, prepare for, respond to and recover from all hazards, and;

     WHEREAS, as a condition for federal preparedness assistance, beginning in federal Fiscal Year 2005, local organizations are mandated by HSPD-5 to adopt NIMS as the model for incident management in times of disaster;

     NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of Park City, Utah as follows:

     SECTION 1. ADOPTION. Park City Municipal Corporation hereby adopts the National Incident Management System (NIMS) to be used by all City departments in response to all incidents and/or disasters within Park City.

SECTION 2. EFFECTIVE DATE. This resolution shall take effect upon adoption.

PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council this 9th day of August, 2007.

PARK CITY MUNICIPAL CORPORATION

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