The mission of the Greenbrier County Homeland Security & Emergency Management Agency and the 911 Center is to maintain a high level of emergency and disaster preparedness, to protect the citizens of Greenbrier County, to mitigate loss of life and assets prior to and during a disaster and in the following disaster aftermath, and to facilitate the recovery of our communities in the mid-term and long-term intervals following a disaster.
Our 911 Center is a "life-line" to our citizens, as well as to our first responders and other public service organizations. The Greenbrier County Homeland Security & Emergency Management Agency (GCHSEMA) has the responsibility of coordinating all of the county's emergency response plans. GCHSEMA’s responsibilities include identifying potential vulnerabilities, effectively mitigating disasters, conducting public education programs, responding to all-hazardous and emergency situations, and to ensure continuity of government and government business during emergencies and disasters, while facilitating an effective recovery. GCHSEMA coordinates with local, state and federal agencies, as well as private entities, to develop, maintain, and implement the Emergency Operations Plans for Greenbrier County.
The GCHSEMA is committed to supporting and managing the county's Emergency Operations Center (EOC) and the 911 Center is fully operational 24-hours a day and 365 days a year to serve the citizens of Greenbrier County and to fulfill our agency's public safety mission
Greenbrier County Homeland Security & Emergency Management and 911 Center
Director - Don Havens
Deputy Director - Paula Brown
Administrative Assistant- Tracey Posten