911 Committee

Huron County E-911

Huron County 911: The EMA coordinates the county's Enhanced 911 system by maintaining and revising the county's 911 Master Street Address Guide (MSAG), monitoring answering points (PSAP's), and by continually updating, monitoring, and revising 911's policies, procedures, and equipment. Huron County's Enhanced 911 is Phase II wireless compliant. In addition to Committee members, various county agencies/officials/guests attend meetings on a continuous basis.  The following are members of the HC E-911 Technical Advisory Committee:

Huron County E-911 Technical Advisory Committee

HURON COUNTY SHERIFF

Todd Corbin

POLICE CHIEF OF NORWALK

David Light

POLICE CHIEF OF WILLARD

Shannon Chaffins

POLICE CHIEF OF BELLEVUE

Mark Kaufman

FIRE CHIEF OF NORWALK

John Soisson

FIRE CHIEF OF WILLARD

Joe Reiderman

FIRE CHIEF OF BELLEVUE

Brian Sears

STATE HIGHWAY PATROL

Lt. Doug Hamman

HC COMMISSIONER PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD

Joe Hintz

HC FIREFIGHTER'S ASSOCIATION

John Chapin

DIRECTOR OF NORTH CENTRAL EMS

Don Ballah

TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE ASSOC PRESIDENT

Joe Stang

FRONTIER COMMUNICATIONS

Skip Dalton

HC 9-1-1 COORDINATOR

Jason Roblin

9-1-1 BOARD SECRETARY

Tina Norton



Revised: May 2017

 

 

HOW CAN I PREPARE A DISASTER SUPPLIES KIT?

Assemble supplies you might need to have in your safe-room or for an evacuation. Store them in an easy to carry container such as a backpack or duffle bag.

SUPPLIES YOU MAY NEED

  • Bottled Water (at least one gallon per day per person for 3 days drinking and sanitation)
  • Non perishable packaged or canned food and non electric can opener
  • Battery powered radio and NOAA weather radio and extra batteries
  • Flashlight and small tools (pliers, wrench, screwdriver)