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Emergency Management Coordinator
David Roach


What is Emergency Management?

Emergency Management is the ability to respond to natural and man-made disasters through mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery in order to protect life, property, and the environment. Sabine County is most susceptible to the following natural hazards: Thunderstorms, Hurricanes, Wildfires, Tornados, Severe winter storms, Drought, and extreme heat. Sabine County is most susceptible to the following man-made hazards: hazmat incidents and wildfires.

Our Mission: Keeping Sabine County ready through.



The OEM actively looks for ways to reduce and/or eliminate natural and man-made risks and their effects on people and property.


The OEM develops emergency plans, trains first responders, and actively disseminates important information to resident.


The OEM responds to emergencies through information dissemination, resource coordination, debris management and shelter operation.

The OEM, first responders, leaders in the private and public sector, utility workers, and volunteers work together to help our community recover from emergencies and disasters.












Contact Us:


201 Main Street
Hemphill, TX 75948


280 E Main Street Ste 103
Hemphill, TX 759

Office: 409-787-3570

Cell: 936-201-7071

Office Fax: 409-220-8304

Emergency Operations Center: 409-787-5241
EOC Fax: 409-220-8304

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