The Lebanon County Department of Emergency Services is committed to excellence in Public Safety. We are committed to providing professional, efficient, and reliable service; 24-hours a day, 365-days a year to the public and Lebanon County’s Police, Fire, and EMS.
In 2019, Lebanon County Emergency Management Agency restructured into what is now the Lebanon County Department of Emergency Services. Emergency Management is still a function of the department but is now a branch under the Emergency Services Umbrella. Other mission areas of the department include 911, Public Safety Technical Services, and Special Operations. We also maintain the county’s 911 infrastructure and dispatch center, public safety two-way radio system, and other countywide public safety-related technologies.
The Lebanon County Department of Emergency Services is made up of four main departments, The Lebanon County’s 911 Communications Center, Emergency Management Agency, Hazardous Materials as well as Radio and Information Technology Services.