LOCAL EMERGENCY PLANNING COMMITTEE

The Salt Lake County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) exists pursuant to 42 United States Code Section 1101 and Utah Code Annotated 63-5-5 and consists of 13 municipalities and more than 400 businesses. The LEPC meets the last Monday of each month at the Salt Lake County Emergency Coordination Center (ECC) located at 3380 S 900 W, SLC.

This coordination of multiple agencies and businesses allows a continued collaboration between responders, the private sector and the business sector to understand the hazards, hazardous material sites and highly dangerous areas throughout the county trying to identify the best ways to deal with these various hazards and planning for the community as a whole.

Salt Lake County Local Emergency Planning Committee recently approved a new tier II data collection software.  We are working to set that up for the 2023 reporting year.  We will accept Tier II through a new portal, but you must use the T2’s electronic format. We hope to have the new process in place by January 31.  Please check back for updates and clarification on the process.

​Click here for the Tier II reporting requirements.

Salt Lake County LEPC Hazardous Response Plan – 2017

Annual Tier II Letter

LEPC Contact List Appendix 5

LEPC Meetings are held every second Wednesday of the month.
10 a.m.
Salt Lake County Emergency Management
3380 South 900 West

Next Meeting: May 8 at 10 a.m.