About Us

Green County Emergency Management

2827 6th Street
Monroe, WI 53566 

Every county in Wisconsin is required to have an Emergency Management Director and comply with Wisconsin State Statute 323 and FEMA directives.  

Tanna McKeon, Director

Tanna has worked for Green County since 1996. 

She achieved her Level 4 Emergency Management Professional from Wisconsin Emergency Management in 2006.

She is also a member of the SW-Incident Management Team and member of the Wisconsin Emergency Management Association and the International Association of Emergency Managers.  

Emergency Management is best described as a process; a continuous cycle of planning, mitigation, response, and recovery activities to preserve life and property from natural and technological disasters.

 Wisconsin Emergency Management (WEM) also provides work performance grants which provide over half of the annual operational budget for Green County Emergency Management. The Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG) and the EPCRA (Emergency Planning Community Right to Know Act) Planning Grant are the two major grants that are awarded.  In order to receive the funding for the EMPG, an annual Plan of Work is negotiated with WEM, and the EPCRA grant provides funding to maintain the LEPC and hazardous material planning.

Below is an abbreviated list of Green County’s Emergency Management's responsibilities: 

  • Coordinate emergency response and recovery operations 
  • Develop and maintain countywide Emergency Response Plans and support annexes that are compliant with Federal and State mandates.
  • Support municipalities with resources and coordination during emergencies 
  • Facilitate training, exercises, and drills with businesses, schools, and responders 
  • Coordinate and distribute emergency information using various media outlets and social media
  • Provide resources, such as brochures and planning templates for individuals,schools and  businesses.
  • Speak to community groups, facilities, schools etc. about emergency preparedness
  • Promote mitigation practices; write grants to provide mitigation projects
  • Coordinate with non-governmental and volunteer disaster response organizations 
  • Coordinate with municipal, county, state, and federal response agencies and officials 
  • Develop and maintain plans for facilities and farms regulated by SARA Title III and EPCRA laws.