Regional 911 Consolidation Implementation Committee

The newly established 911 Consolidation Implementation Team initially convened in May 2018. It is made up of several communities and/or public safety entities (early adopters) who are developing a proposed implementation plan for regional 911 consolidation in Lake County.

View Regional 911 Operations Committee and Policy Committee meeting calendars and agendas (Click the committee you want to view from the drop-down menu).

Current Regional 911 Consolidation Implementation Partners (PDF)
May 9, 2018 Presentation
Regional 911 Implementation Committee and Governance Structure Info Sheet


In 2013, the Lake County Emergency Telephone Systems Board (ETSB) commissioned a study to explore options for a consolidated 911 public safety call-taking model. In 2015, the Lake County 911 Emergency Dispatch Task Force was established to guide a study tasked with collecting data and reporting findings about specific emergency response agencies, technology, and infrastructure. The study provides a framework for interested communities to collaborate to enhance the quality of service, provide greater efficiency, and lower cost.

Lake County, along with several communities have committed to be “early adopters” of 911 consolidation.In spring 2018, these early adopters approved local resolutions and an intergovernmental agreement as well as hired a project manager and consultants to perform detailed data analysis, build consensus among partners, and draft an implementation plan.

April 2017 Final Report - Consolidation Study for Lake County Emergency Telephone System Board (ETSB)