Cabell County 911 Introduces CASS - Cabell Alert & Safety System, to County Residents & Visitors! For more information, click here.
EMERGENCY, you should DIAL or TEXT 9-1-1 immediately as this website is not monitored for emergency messages.Welcome to the official website of the Cabell County 9-1-1 Center! Here, you can find all of the non-emergency information you are looking for! As always, if you have an
Cabell County 9-1-1 began as a consolidated communications center in 1989, merging emergency communications for the entire county, including the city of Huntington, town of Milton and the village of Barboursville. Currently, Cabell County 9-1-1 is the vital link to over a dozen emergency service agencies throughout the county, including five law enforcement agencies, eight fire departments a county-wide EMS agency and other state agencies based in the county, such as the West Virginia State Fire Marshal's Office and WV Division of Natural Resources. The 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 full time dispatchers who take approximately 220,000 calls a year.