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 full time dispatchers who take approximately 

350,000 calls a year.


Cabell County 9-1-1 began as a consolidated communications center in 1989, currently serving

16 emergency service agencies in the county, including five law enforcement agencies, eight fire departments and a county-wide EMS agency.  

Listen to Live Audio

All audio provided by  third party provider, Broadcastify, and not provided by or maintained by the 9-1-1 Center. 

Mapping & Addressing

Let us help you validate and confirm your correct addressing to your residence. Building a new residence or commercial structure? Contact us today for your new address. 

FOIA Request

The 9-1-1 Center handles all request for records from the public or through the judidical system. Contact our records clerk for additional information and for full list of associatied fees. 

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Cabell County 911 is an opportunity for you to begin a career in public safety where you can save lives and make a difference.  Download our application to begin your journey today.