Start a great new career in the 911 emergency telecommunications field. If your passion is to become a public safety dispatcher, to help your community in their time of need, and be involved with the first responders (law, fire & EMS), this is the place to find your dream job!
With a high school diploma, multi-tasking skills, and a lot of common sense, you could be on your way to joining our highly skilled team of professional 911 Dispatchers. Serious applicants need to apply quickly. Click on the following link to download the job application. or apply online here.
- User Agencies
- $.70/month Local Switched Access Lines & Wireless County Tax
- $.25/month Local Switched Access & Wireless State Tax
E911 (Enhanced 911) Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) for All 911 Calls Placed in Lewis County.
Consolidated Dispatch Center for All Police, Fire & Emergency Medical Aid Calls in Lewis County.
Calls are received and dispatched for:
- 10 Law Enforcement Agencies (Including the Sheriff’s Office)
- 20 Fire Departments
- 1 Private Ambulance Company
- Other agencies with radio traffic monitored at the Center
19 employees have earned Telecommunicator I and II State Certifications. Employees are also trained in Emergency Medical Dispatch to best serve citizens and medical aid responders of Lewis County.
Job openings are posted on the Human Resources page on this website. Please check the Human Resources page for job descriptions, openings, and benefit information.
In 2011, Lewis County 9-1-1 Communications Center Dispatched 68,527 calls. These include:
8,141 Fire and Aid calls
46,163 Law Calls