911 Emergency Communications
Our Mission is to provide administrative support for the emergency response notification system (911) that is available to those in need of emergency services within Greene County.
Springfield / Greene County 911 Emergency Communications
The Greene County Commission established the Greene County E9-1-1 Telephone Advisory Board in 1992. The
Board is comprised of nine (9) members, appointed by the Greene County Commission, to serve for three
(3) year terms.
The 911 Advisory Board meets every fourth Wednesday of the month at 3:00 p.m. in the Public Safety Center 2nd floor conference room. The meetings are posted on both the City of Springfield and Greene County's websites, in addition to being posted on various bulletin boards in the government complex. Upon recommendation of the 911 Advisory Board the Greene County Sheriff's Office Emergency Communications and Springfield Emergency Communications centralized into one location effective July 14, 2002.
Effective October 6, 2013, upon recommendation of the 911 Advisory Board, the City of Republic Communications Department consolidated with the Springfield-Greene County 911 Emergency Communications Department resulting in all 911 calls for Greene County being answered in one location.
911 Advisory Board meeting minutes from August 27, 2014 meeting
911 Advisory Board Members
|David Hall, Chair||Springfield Fire Chief||Springfield Fire Department|
|Howard Fisk, Vice Chair||Howard Fisk Limousines||Business Representative|
|Jim Arnott||Greene County Sheriff||Greene County Sheriff's Office|
|Paul Williams||Springfield Police Chief||Springfield Police Department|
|Collin Quigley||Assistant City Manager||City of Springfield|
|Scott Kensel||Cox Healthcare||Member-at-Large|
|Nelson Prewitt||Ebenezer Fire Protection District||Greene County Fire Districts|
|Mark Lowe||Republic Police Department||Greene County Municipalities|
|Chris Coulter||Acting County Administrator||Greene County|