Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC)

The Warren County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) is committed to a partnership between Industry and Government to improve emergency planning, reduce the effects of natural and manmade incidents and lessen the impact of hazardous materials incidents and events to the general public, industry, and emergency responders of Warren County.

What we do:

  • Increase awareness in the community about the presence of hazardous chemicals and releases in the environment
  • Provide a vital link between citizens, government, and industry professionals
  • Assist communities with the development of emergency action plans
  • Maintain/Administer Tier II information
  • Participate in public/private entity drills and exercises

LEPC Goals:

  • Effectively administer the core requirements of EPCRA
  • Increase the public’s chemical safety and general hazardous materials awareness and knowledge
  • Be a source of accurate and timely information for local hazardous materials/chemical incidents
  • Develop and maintain key partnerships with federal, state, and local public and private entities
LEPC Tier 2 Map
Meetings
  • Special LEPC Meeting, October 4th from 10:30-11:30am at Warren County Emergency Operation Center, 520 Justice Drive, Lebanon Ohio 45036.
  • 2017 Meeting Schedule –
    - September 14th, 1:30-3:30 pm, Warren County EOC 520 Justice Drive, Lebanon Ohio 45036.
    - December 14th, 1:30-3:30 pm, Warren County EOC 520 Justice Drive, Lebanon Ohio 45036.
Minutes
By-Laws
Tier II submissions

David Wood, LEPC/Grants Coordinator
david.wood@wcoh.net