A Rich Agricultural History
Scenic Graceland Walking Path
Lake Loramie State Park
The Historical ‘Big Four Bridge’
Shelby County is located in the heartland of Ohio. Established in 1819, our county is 420 square-miles of agriculture and industry, providing a stable economy. With eight incorporated villages and 14 townships, Shelby County is known for its close-knit communities, solid work ethic and a “together we can” attitude that brings private industry and government together regularly to accomplish any task at hand. Our area boasts the safety and comfort of living in a smaller community, but provides easy access to larger cities and all of their amenities.
The Shelby County Emergency Management Agency is providing the following Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan draft for your review, if you so desire. Proposed additions, corrections, or other suggested modifications to this draft can be made by contacting Cheri Drinkwine, Shelby County EMA Director, either by e-mail at: email@example.com or by phone at (937) 726-1731.
The draft Plan is a modification of the County’s Original Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan developed in 2005. The original Plan can be accessed through the County’s website at: http://co.shelby.oh.us/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/7-2005_SC_MitigationPlan.pdf
Please also note that additional modifications to the draft will be occurring periodically over time. Once a reasonable amount of changes are made, an updated version will be placed on this site for your review. You will be notified of the change in draft Plan version available on the web for your continued opportunity to review and make comment on the draft Plan.
Should you have any questions regarding the review process, please utilize the contact information provided above.
Thank you for your interest in participating in this most important endeavor!
Shelby County Building Department gets new location.
The new location is:
City of Sidney Municipal Building
201 W. Poplar Street
2nd Floor Sidney, Ohio 45365
Phone: (937) 658-6220
Fax: (937) 658-6240 Office
Hours: 7:30am to 4:00pm
Emergency Mass Notification System
Shelby County emergency officials are proud to offer a life-saving capability to county residents and workers with our mass notification system, which is used to alert citizens of public safety threats:
For those who sign up, the emergency alert system can provide rapid notification of hazardous and urgent situations using a mix of telephone calls, text and email messages, and TTY/TDD service for the hearing impaired.