Emergency Management

Alexander Falcone

Alexander Falcone is the Director of Emergency Management, Special Events and City Security for the City of Coral Springs. Falcone began his career with the city, serving as the Emergency Manager in 2016.
Falcone has always had a strong call to public service, starting his career as a seasonal law enforcement officer with the Cape May City Police Department and then as a Mitigation Planner and Lead Mitigation Planner for the Florida Division of Emergency Management. He has experience managing various types of complex emergencies at both the state and local levels.
A graduate of Florida State University, Falcone earned a bachelor’s degree in Criminology and a master’s degree in Public Administration. He is also a graduate of the Public Safety Executive Leadership program at Florida Atlantic University’s College of Business, where he earned a graduate certificate in Emergency Management and Homeland Security.
In 2017, Falcone was recognized as the Coral Springs Police Department’s Employee of the Year. In 2018, he graduated from the National Emergency Management Advanced Academy, and in 2019 Falcone was recognized as a National Finalist in the highly competitive White House Fellowship program. Falcone developed the ALERT Coral Springs emergency management tool to communicate with residents during emergencies leading our City to earn the Storm Ready Community designation from the National Weather Service.
Throughout his career, Falcone has served on various regional workgroups, including the Regional Domestic Security Task Force, UASI Urban Area Work Group and Broward County Local Mitigation Strategy. He was previously the Emergency Management Sub-Committee chair for the Broward County Fire Chiefs Association; and is the First-Vice Chair for the Emergency Coordinating Council. Falcone is also a member of the Coral Springs Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) team.
As Director, Falcone will continue to oversee the Office of Emergency Management, direct the security strategies for city facilities and develop safety operational plans for large-scale, city-run events.