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Telephone: (724) 430-1277
Agency Event Calendar
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-- EMA/911 NEWS --
---FAYETTE COUNTY HARD-TO-RECYCLE DROP OFF EVENT
October 17, 2015
September is National Preparedness Month! Here are preparedness infographics from FEMA for businesses, info on how to build a disaster kit, pet preparedness, and basement flood preparedness! Feel free to print and share with your family or colleagues.
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HazMatIQ Above The Line / Below The Line
Saturday, November 14, 2015 @ FCEMA Haz Mat Annex
Important News Regarding Fayette County Public Safety Radio!
Be advised that the county low band base station (33.70) is no longer available. Functionality will have totally ceased by 4:30 PM on March 28, 2014. This frequency will no longer be available for crosspatch or any other use. Any questions should be directed to Tony Alviar (724-430-1277) at FCEMA.
Attention Local EMA Personnel
Here are the checklists for PEMA County Certification.
Basic, Advanced, Professional. Note: This certification is for local appointed coordinators, deputies, and municipal staff members only.
--- Important Information for Responders ---
Click here for info on how our county-wide radio paging system works.
Attention Law Enforcement Officers!
Printable Blank CLEAN Entry Forms are Now Available Online
Click Here To Access Them!
Back By Popular Demand!
Fayette County 911 Scanner/Radio Frequencies
wondered what happens when you dial 911?
Check out "Anatomy
of a 911 Call"
Our newest public education slideshow! (Opens In New Window)
The Fayette County Emergency Management Agency’s mission is
support the direction, coordination and deployment of emergency
resources in Fayette County to protect the citizens, property and
Fayette County has established a comprehensive program to include
planning, prevention, mitigation, response and recovery for any natural
A major element of preparedness is public education and outreach
– FCEMA provides these services through training and
programs at no cost to
individuals and groups in the county. For more details, click the
resources link on the
left navigation tab of our site.
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