(1) Each political subdivision must establish an emergency management organization by ordinance or resolution passed by the legislative body of the political subdivision. Two or more political subdivisions may join in the establishment of an emergency management organization.
(2) Each political subdivision shall develop, promulgate and submit a comprehensive emergency management plan.
(3) Each political subdivision shall submit an emergency management program paper annually to the director not less than sixty days prior to the beginning of the calendar year.
(4) Political subdivisions that have joined together to form a joint emergency management organization may submit a single plan and program paper.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 38.52 RCW. 86-15-068 (Order 86-10), § 118-30-040, filed 7/22/86.]