The City of Dublin is seeking citizens who are willing to serve as volunteers, ready to respond whenever disaster strikes.
The Disaster Service Volunteer (DSV) program was created to identify emergency response volunteers and to enlist their skills and training. During a catastrophic event, Disaster Service Volunteers will be contacted based on their abilities, as well as the needs of the community.
Disaster Service Volunteers will be on-call when large incidents and disasters occur, such as earthquakes, severe storms, tornadoes, flash floods, landslides, fires, and other events. When called upon, DSVs will assist professional responders with disaster response and recovery. Possible tasks include care and shelter; search and rescue; safety assessment; Emergency Volunteer Center staffing; and clerical/administrative support. DSVs will be pre-screened for their skills and abilities.
Disaster Service Volunteers must meet the following qualifications:
1. Reside in Dublin
2. Be at least 18 years of age
3. Be in good health
4. Possess a means of transportation
, as part of the registration process, applicants will need to undergo and pass a background check (including fingerprinting), and may be requested to provide additional documentation.
View the full Disaster Service Volunteer (DSV) description