Beaver County Emergency Services manages the county’s 9-1-1 dispatch operations center and also serves as the county’s Emergency Management Agency, working in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA) on emergency preparedness, planning, mitigation, response, and recovery.

Emergency Services is also the home of the county’s Hazardous Materials Response Team 700 and the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) and is the contact point for many other public safety organizations, including VOAD (Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster), CART (County Animal Response Team), Emergency Medical Services, and Fire, Police, and Municipal Emergency Management services. Please see menu at right for more information on any of these groups or services.

Emergency Services works in conjunction with a number of county and offsite agencies to provide comprehensive public safety guidance and emergency support to the residents and businesses of
Beaver County.

When calling 911 in an emergency:
  • Stay Calm
  • Speak loudly and clearly
  • Give your full name, address and phone number
  • Explain where you are and where the problem is
  • Follow all of the operator's instructions carefully
  • Don't hang up until the operator tells you to!

    When calling 911 from a cell phone:
  • If you are driving a vehicle, PULL OVER AND STOP!
  • Cellular calls are still answered by the Beaver County Emergency Services
  • Center. State clearly where you are: location, address, city or landmarks
  • State who you are: your full name and the cell phone number you are calling from
  • State the details of the emergency, including a description of the vehicle you are in and the people involved in the emergency


    Wesley W. Hill, Director
    Randy Dawson, Deputy Director 9-1-1
    Eric Brewer, Deputy Director EMA
    351 14th Street
    Ambridge, PA 15003


    Administration: 724-775-1700
    24 Hour Non-Emergency Dispatch: 724-775-0880
    24 Hour Emergency Dispatch: 9-1-1