Sedona Exteme Weather

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Sedona Weather Event Information Below
There are no severe weather emergencies declared at this time

Post Date:03/31/2024 —> 12:25 PM There Are No Weather Emergencies - Expect Spring Snowmelt Conditions in the coming weeks. Post Date: SEDONA, Ariz. – All neighborhoods and streets are in READY status. — Pay attention for flood advisories and flood warnings issued by the NWS. With snowmelt at higher elevations, and now rain, expect higher than normal flow in Oak Creek, the Verde River, Wet Beaver Creek, and side drainages. Low water crossings and driveways may become impassable. Do NOT attempt to cross areas if water is present. Turn around, don't drown.
Ready, set, go educates residents about proactive measures to take before an emergency and actions to follow when communities are threatened. The following explains each stage of the program:

  1. READY status indicates that you should be aware of the hazards that can threaten your community and take proactive steps to prepare for seasonal threats. The city encourages all residents to always be in ready status.
  2. SET status indicates that you need to be alert because there is significant danger and residents should consider voluntarily relocating outside the affected area.
  3. GO status indicates danger in your area is imminent and life threatening, and you should evacuate.

Instructions: No further instructions at this time

Address/Location City of Sedona, AZ 102 Roadrunner Dr Sedona, AZ 86336
Contact Emergency: 9-1-1 Non-emergencies: 928-282-3100


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Ready! Set! Go!

READY - Prepare Now Be aware of hazards that can threaten your community.

  • Take steps now to prepare for seasonal threats. 

  • Register with your county/tribal emergency notification system.

  • Connect with your local emergency management office, sheriff's office and public health department  on social media.

  • Make a family evacuation and communication plan that includes family phone numbers, out-of-town contacts and family meeting locations. Keep in mind physical distancing recommendations, wearing face coverings or other public health recommendations. 

  • Build an emergency go kit with enough food, water and necessary supplies for at least 72 hours. Include supplies to help keep you and your family healthy, such as face coverings, hand sanitizer and sanitizing wipes. Start with the five P’s; people and pet supplies, prescriptions, papers, personal needs and priceless items. 

  • Check with your neighbors, family, friends and elders through video chats or phone calls to ensure they are READY.

  • Keep up to date on local news, weather watches, weather warnings and public health recommendations 

SET – Be Alert Know there is significant danger in your area.

  • Residents should consider voluntarily relocating to a shelter or with family/friends outside the affected area. Residents should avoid close contact with those who are sick and should practice public health recommendations when relocating. 

  • Grab your emergency go kit.

  • Keep in mind unique needs for your family or special equipment for pets and livestock

  • Stay aware of the latest news and information from public safety and public health officials.  

  • This might be the only notice you receive. Emergency services cannot guarantee they will be able to notify everyone if conditions rapidly deteriorate. Be SET to GO.

GO! – Evacuate Danger in your area is imminent and life threatening.

  • Residents should evacuate immediately to a shelter or with family/friends outside of the affected area. Residents should avoid close contact with those who are sick and should practice public health recommendations when relocating. 

  • If you choose to ignore this advisement, you must understand emergency services may not be able to assist you further.

  • Follow instructions from emergency personnel, stay on designated evacuation routes and avoid closed areas.

5 P’s of Evacuation

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    People and Pets and other animals/livestock and supplies.
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    Prescriptions with dosages, medicines, medical equipment, vision and hearing aids, batteries and power cords, face coverings, hand sanitizer and sanitizing wipes. 
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    Papers including important documents (hard copies and/or electronic copies saved on external hard drives or thumb drives), insurance papers, contacts.
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    Personal Needs including clothing, water, baby supplies, food, cash, credit cards, first aid kits, phones, and chargers. Items for people with access and/or functional needs, such as older adults and children.
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    Priceless items including photos, irreplaceable mementos and other valuables.

County Emergency Notification Systems

Many Arizona counties and tribes have a system in place designed to quickly notify an affected area of an emergency by sending a voice or text message to you. Click a link below to sign up for emergency alerts in your area.

Coconino Emergency Management Website

Yavapai Emergency Management Website


Arizona Emergency Information Network
More Emergency Information Available At The Above Link


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