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Risk Factors
Harper County is at risk from many hazards with the potential to cause casualties, damage, and community disruption. Historically, Harper County faces its greatest risk from severe weather, primarily heavy rain, high winds, and tornadoes. The county is also at risk from other natural hazards such as winter storms and extreme heat, as well as technological hazards like power outages, terrorism incidents, and chemical spills.

Homeland Security
Public safety and emergency management have always been critical functions of state government, but in the wake of the 9/11 attack, the role of these agencies in the enhanced national security network now known as Homeland Security is even more important.


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Harper County is now using Nixel notification service for alerts such as sever weather, citizen searches, and other emergency needs.  Sign up for emergency notifications below.
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Contact Us
Todd Pettegrew


115 E. Steadman
Anthony, KS 67003

Ph: 620-842-6006

Harper County is partnering with Nixle notification service for alerts such as severe weather, citizen searches, and other emergency needs.

Please sign up for emergency notifications by CLICKING HERE!
Harper County, KS
201 N. Jennings Ave.
Anthony, KS  67003
Ph: 1-877-537-2110