9-1-1 Dispatch center


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Staffed 24 hours a day, the Grant County Emergency Communication Agency provides emergency and non-emergency police, fire, and medical dispatch, as well as other services. Agencies served include five law enforcement agencies, five ambulances and twelve city and rural fire departments. 

The Center consists of a Dispatch Director, four full-time dispatchers, one part-time, and 1 reserve. All of our dispatchers have attended the Oregon Department of Public Safety and Standards of Training (DPSST) academy, and are certified by the State in Telecommunications and Emergency Medical Dispatch. They are also certified on the State Law Enforcement Data System, and the National Criminal Instant Background Check System.

Grant County is the seventh largest county in Oregon with 4529 square miles, and a population of approximately 7,200.

Mission Statement

The Grant County Emergency Communications Agency serves as the vital link between the citizens and public safety agencies of Grant County. We are committed to serve respectfully, compassionately and with the highest level of integrity.  Through our actions we help save lives, protect property and assist the public in their time of need.

Vision Statement

To make the caller’s experience as comforting as possible while providing comprehensive support to our emergency responders.

Value Statement

We are Respectful, Honest, Trustworthy, Consistent and Professional with strong Moral Principles.