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The Office of Emergency Management in partnership with the Police, Fire and other Municipal Departments coordinates disaster planning, preparation, rehearsal and review of the “all hazards” emergency operations plan for the Town of Hammonton. This involves the coordination of federal, state, county and municipal agencies that would respond or be affected in cases of disaster.

The Office of Emergency Management is staffed by an OEM Coordinator, three Deputy OEM Coordinators who are appointed by the Mayor of Hammonton.

During times of an emergency, the Office coordinates the response effort from all aspects of government and the community to insure adequate services are rendered and timely recovery made, while insuring that vital services to the community continue.

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Contact Information

Robert Jones, OEM Coordinator
Town of Hammonton

100 Central Ave
Hammonton, NJ 08037
Phone: 609-561-4000

Deputy OEM Coordinators:
Jerry Barberio
Nicholas DeStefano
Frank Domenico

“Register Ready – New Jersey’s Special Needs Registry for Disasters” allows New Jersey residents with disabilities or access and functional needs and their families, friends, caregivers and associates an opportunity to provide information to emergency response agencies so emergency responders can better plan to serve them in a disaster or other emergency.

The information collected here is confidential and will not be available to the public. The information will be held securely and only used for emergency response and planning.

Why should you register?
… To be notified by local officials when an evacuation has been ordered.


Town of Hammonton Office of Emergency Management Multi-Jurisdictional Natural Hazard Mitigation Planning Project Information:

Atlantic County Multi-Jurisdictional Natural Hazard Mitigation Planning Project -Natural hazards have the potential to cause property damage, loss of life, economic hardship, and threats to public health and safety. Hazard mitigation measures are the things you do today to be more protected in the future. They are measures taken before a disaster happens to reduce the impact that future disasters will have on people and property in the community. Mitigation reduces the risk of loss and creates a more disaster-resistant and sustainable community. Hazard mitigation measures are essential to breaking the typical disaster cycle of damage, reconstruction, and repeated damage.

Flood Plain Management 2012

Avoiding Hurricane Damage 2014


Links to other agency’s websites

Atlantic County OEP