What is a Local Emergency Planning Committee?
Under the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA), Local Emergency Planning Committees (LEPCs) must develop an emergency response plan, review the plan at least annually, and provide information about chemicals in the community to citizens. Plans are developed by LEPCs with stakeholder participation. There is one LEPC for each of the more than 3,000 designated local emergency planning districts. The LEPC membership must include (at a minimum):
Elected state and local officials
Police, fire, civil defense, and public health professionals.
Environment, transportation, and hospital officials.
Representatives from community groups and the media.
Current Meeting Agenda
Meetings of the Navajo County LEPC are open to the public and posted according to the Open Meeting Law. A copy of the agenda for each meeting is available at the administrative office of the LEPC, which is, Navajo County Department of Emergency Management located at 100 E. Code Talkers Drive, Holbrook Arizona at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance of the meeting. The public has an opportunity to address the Committee under the Call to the Public and to review the LEPC Hazardous Materials Response Plan and provide comments. For additional information email the LEPC at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at (928)524-4163.
Our next LEPC meeting will be held on November 9th at 1:30 pm at the the Chevelon Canyon Conference Room, Navajo County Public Works, 100 E. Public Works Drive, Holbrook. The agenda for this meeting will be posted no later than November 7th 1:30pm.
LEPC Current Meeting Agenda
Hazardous Material Preparedness
Tier II Reporting
For information about filing the annual Chemical Inventory Report Form (Tier II Report) and chemical spill reporting, visit the Arizona Emergency Response Commission website at https://tier2.azserc.org.