Valley County Emergency Operations Center

Valley County EOC Objectives

  • Maintain Local, State and National situational awareness in collaboration with the Central District Health Department.
  • Provide for life safety of public, first responders, city and county employees.
  • Ensure fiscal responsibility.
  • Identify and plan for the logistical support needs of responders in collaboration with the Central District Health Department.
  • Forecast potential contingencies and develop appropriate mitigation strategies.
  • Ensure information management and constant messaging through the PIO.

Incident Overview

  • Governor Little provides phased plan for repoening on April 23rd (LINK)
  • Governor Little Extends Stay-Home Order through April 30th on 4/15/2020 (LINK)
  • Valley County issues notice for Short-Term Rentals, Hotels/Motels and RV Parks  on 3/30/2020 (LINK)
  • The Valley County Virtual Joint Information center was activated on 3/27/2020
  • The Valley County Virtual EOC first meet on 3/26/2020
  • Valley County EOC was activated on 3/26/2020
  • Idaho Governor issues statewide stay-home order, signs extreme emergency declaration 3/25/2020  (LINK)
  • Valley County schools are closed 3/17/2020
  • City of Cascade declares state of emergency 3/17/2020 (LINK)
  • City of McCall declares state of emergency 3/17/2020 (LINK)
  • The Valley County Commissioners issued a county declaration on 03/17/2020 at 0843 (LINK)
  • The Idaho Governor issued a state declaration on 3/13/2020 (LINK)
  • The President of the United States declared a national emergency for COVID-19 on 3/13/2020

Have Questions?


(208) 382-7303

Staffed from 9am – 4pm daily


(208) 321-2222

Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm


Will be answered as promptly as possible.

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Symptoms of COVID-19

If you have symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, dry cough, shortness of breath), please call your health care provider. A care team will complete a risk assessment over the phone and provide guidance on next steps which may or may not include testing:

  • St. Luke’s Clinics – McCall: (208) 634-1776
  • Cascade Medical Center: (208) 382-4285