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Harrisonburg-Rockingham Emergency Communications Center
Check out these free interactive web resources to educate yourself and your family about fire prevention. These interactive games, videos, quizzes, etc are sorted by age appropriate material.
The City of Harrisonburg offers several alert notification systems, Emergency Alert and the Notify Harrisonburg email alerts.
Sign up to be notified in the event of an emergency situation in this area. Anyone who lives, works, or attends school in the City of Harrisonburg or Rockingham County should register for this free notification.
Career Night hosted by HRECC to provide information and a first hand look for any person who may be interested in seeking a career in Emergency Communications. Located on the 5th Floor of the Public Safety Building at 101 North Main Street, Harrisonburg, VA 22802.
The Harrisonburg Rockingham Disaster Recovery Task Force is a group of nonprofit, faith based, and public organizations who come together to assist in the recovery from the damage and devastation of disasters.
Phone numbers, fax number, address, and email directory for the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Emergency Communications Center.
The holiday season is here! Celebrate the holidays safely with these fire safety tips for your home!
The City recommends residents to prepare now for winter weather to come later. Make sure you have an emergency supply kit and when it does snow, stay off the roads if possible and clear sidewalks for pedestrians to safely walk through Harrisonburg.
To commend or compliment the performance an HRECC employee, notify the Operations Team Managers by calling 540-432-6058 or by emailing:
When a commendation is received, a memorandum will be completed by the Operations Team Manager and forwarded through the organizational structure to the director.