Signed in as:
Signed in as:
Get notified immediately in the event of an emergency situation occurring in the City of Maple Plain and Independence.
In the event of an emergency in Maple Plain or Independence you should be aware of two key terms you might be asked to perform by law enforcement or fire departments to protect yourself and others. Those terms are “Shelter in Place” and “Evacuate”. You may be asked to perform one of these two tasks for natural disasters such as a tornado, wind events, a winter storm or a biological disaster where hazardous materials are released into the atmosphere from a train derailment or a chemical spill on a county, state or local road.
If you are requested to Shelter in Place or Evacuate it will be broadcast on local media stations, radio stations and sent directly you by our emergency notification system called CodeRed. If you have not yet signed up for CodeRed I would encourage you to sign up now.
By educating our citizens on what to expect in an emergency notification we can ease the stress of the emergency through preparation. By working together, planning for emergencies we can protect lives and property.
Where do I go after I evacuate?
Guidance for All Minnesotans
Strategies to Slow the Spread of COVID-19 in Minnesota.
Up to date information on Coronavirus Disease.
Steps to prevent illness
What to do if you are sick
Keep Work, Schools, and Communities Safe
State Emergency Operations Center and Hotline Activated.
Updates on Homeland Securities Response to COVID-19
Resource information on steps to take in response to disasters and emergencies.
Link to Pandemic resources
Hennepin County response and update on Hennepin Counties response to COVID-19.
International updates on COVID-19
◾Hennepin County Emergency Management
◾National Weather Service Twin Cities
◾Federal Emergency Management Agency
◾Ready.Gov (planning information for disasters)
◾MN Dept of Health Emergency Preparedness
◾MN Dept of Public Safety Homeland Security and Emergency Management
◾MN Dept of Human Services Emergency Preparedness (people with disabilities)
◾ChildCare Aware of MN (emergency preparedness for child care providers)
◾MN Board of Animal Health Emergency Planning