|“911 Dispatchers. Truly the first, first responders!”
Welcome to the official website of the Cabell County 9-1-1 Center. We hope to provide all of the non-emergency information you’re looking for within our pages. As always, if you have an EMERGENCY, you should DIAL 9-1-1 immediately as this website is not monitored for emergency messages..
The Cabell County 911 Center provides the communications link to emergency services to over 96,000 people in a county that covers an area of 285 square miles. We currently employ 35 dispatchers and 7 call takers who take approximately 310,000 calls a year.
It is the mission of the Cabell County 911 and its employees to contribute to the safety of the public, police, fire and EMS personnel by making diligent, prompt and accurate responses a priority. We understand that our communication is the vital link between the community and first res-ponders; therefore, we will constantly seek ways to improve the quality of assistance we provide while maintaining an inter-agency cooperation. In addition, our center is dedicated to providing its’ employees with a healthy work environment, as well as, up-to-date training and access to the latest technology.
Cabell County 9-1-1 formed and began as a consolidated communications center in 1989, currently serving the following agencies.
Cabell County Emergency Medical Services
Cabell County Emergency Operations Center
Cabell County Sheriff Department
Cabell County Home Confinement
West Virginia State Police
City of Huntington Police Department
Milton Police Department
Barboursville Police Department
City of Huntington Fire Department
Barboursville Vol. Fire Department
Salt Rock Vol. Fire Department
Milton Vol. Fire Department
Culloden Vol. Fire Department
Ohio River Road Vol. Fire Department
Ona Vol. Fire Department
Green Valley Vol. Fire Department
We also serve as a backup for Wayne County 911