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.
- 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
VALLEY COUNTY HOTLINE
Staffed from 9am – 4pm daily
CENTRAL DISTRICT HEALTH INFORMATION CALL CENTER
Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm
The Community Cares Information Center is a program to connect volunteers with requests for help. Our Local McCall and Donnelly Libraries are partnering with the Valley County Emergency Operations Center and Central District Health to help connect the dots.
5 TIPS: Download and Print Guides
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