Emergency Preparedness Advisory Commission (EPAC)

EPAC recognizes that emergency preparedness efforts must be collaborative and when confronted with a crisis, the community must respond as a system to provide the greatest service to those in need. EPAC, who oversees the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC), Emergency Medical Services and the Citizen Corps Council, helps ensure that the County is a safe, well-prepared and resilient place to live, work and visit by:

  • Advising the County Board on policies related to emergency preparedness and response
  • Coordinating and integrating County, state and federal emergency preparedness organizations with the efforts of the County’s schools, civic, commercial and services communities and other government agencies.

Membership and members committees

Teams and Tasks (2015)


September 16, 2015 Meeting to be hedp at 7:00 pm, Courthouse Plaza, 2100 Clarendon Blvd, Room 311

Meetings are typically at 7:00 p.m. on the third Wednesday of every month at 1400 North Uhle Street, Suite 300

Meeting Archive

Date Agenda Minutes
January 28, 2015 agenda  minutes
February 25, 2015 agenda  minutes
March 25, 2015 agenda  minutes
April 29, 2015 (LEPC) agenda  presentation notes
May 20, 2015 agenda  minutes
June 17, 2015 agenda  minutes
July 15, 2015 agenda  minutes
August 19, 2015 agenda  minutes
September 16, 2015
October 29, 2014 agenda  minutes
November 12, 2014 agenda  minutes
December 8, 2014 Video
December 17, 2014 agenda  minutes