Daily Situation Report
This report is produced Monday-Friday by the City's Emergency Management Department, with intent to show the status of various aspects of the community.
The report has three main sections. A "Threat and Hazard Identification/Risk Assessment" section shows any known or anticipated threats to the safety of the community. The THIRA section will always have a brief weather forecast/synopsis, as various types of weather are the highest ranked hazards to Moore as identified in our Hazard Mitigation Plan.
Note that during the COVID-19 event, we will attempt to show the number of *active* COVID cases in the City of Moore, Cleveland County, and statewide. This number is derived by starting with the cumulative number of cases as reported daily by the Oklahoma State Department of Health at https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov/, and subtracting the number of recovered cases and fatalities.
The second primary section of the Situation Report is an analysis of "Community Lifelines". Lifelines in general are the most fundamental service in a community that, when stabilized, enable all other aspects of society to function. FEMA has identified seven lifelines, all of which have sub-categories. We've chosen to break out education and economics as separate entries in our report. More information on the concept of community lifelines may be found at https://www.fema.gov/emergency-managers/practitioners/lifelines.
Finally, we have a section for our City services and facilities. These are reports on activities and/or issues our city departments are working on.