Dixie County Emergency Management, on behalf of the Dixie County Board of County Commissioners, is requesting quotes for a Functional Natural Disaster Exercise. The Exercise will be funded by Dixie County with a federal grant it received and must be compliant with all requirements of the Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP).
Submission of Quote and Full RFQ
Quote submissions and request for a full copy of the RFQ must be forwarded via email in pdf format by 4:30 p.m. on April 6th 2015, to the contact below:
Contractor responses shall include the cost for providing all services described herein. Any and all details that are provided relating to the contractors plans or designs for the Functional Natural Disaster Exercise proposed will be considered by the RFQ reviewers. Dixie County shall bear no liability or obligation relating to any email submissions that are not timely received, no matter the cause.
Any questions regarding the project should be directed to.
Scott Garner, Division Chief
Dixie County Draft Natural Disaster RFQ
Initial LMS Committee Meeting - 4/17/2015
The mission of the Dixie County Emergency Services Office is to provide for, supervise, support, and train Fire and EMS departments within Dixie County. Further, this office will strive to provide for the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Dixie County in accordance with Florida laws, county policies and sound emergency management practices.
Dixie County Emergency Services provides fire & rescue services, emergency medical services, and is responsible for coordinating mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery efforts for emergency events in the county. Through planning and coordination we help to prepare Dixie County for threats from hurricanes and tropical storms, other weather emergencies, as well as man made or technological emergencies such as hazardous materials spills and wild fires.
The Dixie County Emergency Services Office will strive for professionalism in all areas of performance. We will provide the best possible services at the lowest possible cost to taxpayers of Dixie County and the State of Florida. We will apply the law and county policies fairly and consistently throughout the county. We will communicate openly with the public, elected officials, fellow Emergency Service departments and the law enforcement agencies we serve.
Dixie County Emergency Services serves a population of over 16,000 and has a service delivery area of 701 square miles. We also have over 7,000 visitors each year. We also hold a C.O.P.C.N for eastern portion of Taylor County, which adds approximately 1,500 residents and approximately 100 square miles.