Beaver County Emergency Services
Beaver County Emergency Services manages the county’s 9-1-1 dispatch operations center and also serves as the county’s Emergency Management Agency, working in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA) on emergency preparedness, planning, mitigation, response, and recovery.
Emergency Services is also the home of the county’s Hazardous Materials Response Team 700 and the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) and is the contact point for many other public safety organizations, including VOAD (Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster), CART (County Animal Response Team), Emergency Medical Services, and Fire, Police, and Municipal Emergency Management services. Please see menu at right for more information on any of these groups or services.
Emergency Services works in conjunction with a number of county and offsite agencies to provide comprehensive public safety guidance and emergency support to the residents and businesses of Beaver County.
Beaver County is a National Weather Service certified StormReady County
CALL 9-1-1 IF YOU CAN, TEXT IF YOU CAN'T!
- In the “To” field enter the numbers 911
- The first text message should contain:
- The address/location of the emergency, including municipality (if known). The information from your cell phone is not enough for operators to find you.
- The type of help needed (fire, ambulance, police, etc.)
- Be prepared to answer questions and follow instructions from the 9-1-1 operator (You may want to place your phone on silent so not to alert intruders.)
- Once you have typed a short but detailed text message with the information listed above, click send.
- Use simple words and do not use abbreviations or slang
- Do not send photos or videos
- Do not send your emergency text to anyone other than 9-1-1 (for example, no group texts)
The Federal Emergency Management Agency
Have a plan, be prepared!
The Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency
AlertPA provides notifications of emergencies, weather alerts, recall notices, and more. Notifications can be sent to you across various mobile devices.
ServPA is the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's online volunteer registry.
The Region 13 Task Force is a coalition of county EMA offices including the City of Pittsburgh and the surrounding South West PA counties.
American Red Cross
- Access and Functional Needs Card
- Agriculture and Food Information
- Beaver County Emergency Alerts (Smart 911)
- Beaver County LEPC (Local Emergency Planning Committe
- Beaver Valley Power Station Emergency Information
- Beaver Valley Power Station Siren Update 2021
- CART (County Animal Response Team)
- EMA (Emergency Management)
- Emergency Services Newsletters
- Fire Line Officers Contact List
- Fire Response Plan
- Fire Response Plan Resource List
- Hazardous Materials Response
- Hazard Mitigation
- Municipal Emergency Management Coordinators
- Police, Fire, and EMS CAD
- Responder Texting Agreement
- SARA Title III/EPCRA
- Tier II Reporting
- VOAD (Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster)
Beaver County Emergency Alerts
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Beaver County Emergency Services
Eric Brewer, Director
Kevin Whipple, Deputy Director EMA
Brian Murray, , Deputy Director 9-1-1
351 14th Street
Ambridge, PA 15003
24 Hour Non-Emergency Dispatch:
24 Hour Emergency Dispatch: